# How do you calculate the formula mass of potassium sulfate?

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## How do you calculate the formula mass of potassium sulfate?

174.259 g/mol

Potassium sulfate/Molar mass

**What is the formula of potassium sulfate?**

K2SO4

Potassium sulfate/Formula

**When potassium hydroxide reacts with solution of Sulphuric acid potassium sulphate and water is formed this reaction is an example of 😕**

Explanation: This is an example of a double replacement (double displacement) reaction. This type of double replacement is called a neutralization reaction since an acid and a base react and one of the products is water.

### What is the mass of potassium sulfate?

**How do you find the mass of potassium?**

To calculate Molar Mass, multiply the number of atoms of the element by Atomic mass. Therefore, the Molar Mass of Potassium is 39.0983 g/mol.

**What is the molar mass of potassium sulfate?**

## What is the formula of potassium sulfate Tetrahydrate?

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DDB# | Name | Formula |
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1001032 | Potassium sulfate tetrahydrate | K2SO4*4H2O |

**How do you find the mass of K2CO3?**

Calculate the formula mass of potassium carbonate (K_(2)CO_(3)) (Given : Atomic masses : K = 39u , C = 12 u , O = 16 u) Thus, the formula mass of potassium carbonate is 138u.

**What is the percent by mass of potassium in K2CO3?**

Potassium carbonate with a chemical formula of K2CO3 has a percent composition of: 47.997 percent Oxygen. 56.58 percent Potassium. 8.69 percent Carbon.

### What is the molar mass of Koh?

56.1056 g/mol

Potassium hydroxide/Molar mass

**What is the balanced equation for potassium carbonate and sulphuric acid?**

Potassium carbonate — K2CO3. Sulphuric acid — H2SO4. Potassium sulphate — K2SO4. Carbon dioxide — CO2. Water — H2O. Complete balanced equation: K2CO3 + H2SO4 →K2SO4 + CO2 + H2O.

**How much potassium sulfate is produced from sulfuric acid and potassium hydroxide?**

Potassium hydroxide reacts with sulfuric acid. How much potassium sulfate is produced from 10.75 g of sulfuric acid? now if we have 10.75g of H2SO4 we can calculate the number of moles = Wt.g/M.wt = 10.75 / 98 = 0.109 mole

## What is the reaction between potassium carbonate and hydrochloric acid called?

This would be called neutralisation, if you take the equivalent amount of both components. This is one mole of potassium carbonate and two moles of hydrochloric acid. If quantities are not equivalent (this means at the end the medium remains acidic or alkaline) you would have an acid-base reaction.