4:04 minutes
Problem 15
Textbook Question

Hemoglobin is a large molecule that carries oxygen in the body. An aqueous solution that contains 2.61 g of hemoglo- bin in 100.0 mL has an osmotic pressure of 7.52 mmHg at 25 °C. What is the molar mass of the hemoglobin? Assume hemoglobin does not dissociate in water. (LO 13.15) (a) 1.96 * 103 g>mol (b) 84.8 g/mol (c) 6.45 * 104 g>mol (d) 3.65 * 103 g>mol

Verified Solution
This video solution was recommended by our tutors as helpful for the problem above.
Was this helpful?

Watch next

Master Osmotic Pressure Concept 1 with a bite sized video explanation from Jules Bruno

Start learning