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[*] posted on 7-3-2021 at 10:05
How many water's of hydration does triethylammonium bromide have?


I am doing something where I need to measure the number of moles of solid triethylammonium bromide, but I don't know how many water of hydration, if any, this salt has. I will be evaporating it from water, and then drying it in a desiccator, so I need to know how many waters of hydration it has. I searched online but I couldn't find anything. Does anyone know how many waters of hydration this salt has?
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[*] posted on 7-3-2021 at 16:06


I don't know, but perhaps you could measure it. Dissolve a known mass, and then try to measure the concentration somehow. For example you could precipitate bromide with a silver salt and weigh it.



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