How to Calculate Molarity of High Fructose Corn Syrup

High fructose corn syrup is produced from the corn & it can easily be assessed by calculating its molarity or simply by measuring the molecular weight of its compounds. Molarity is the idea of physics & chemistry by which we are able to determine the amount of substance which is present in a solution that is in solubilized form. Mole refers to the weight of a molecule which is calculated by means of molarity. 2 values are required for the calculation of molarity i.e. total number of moles of solute and the volume of solution in liters. Variable should be a constant variable on the basis of which it is determined that what is the molarity. On the other hand, number of moles can be calculated by having the knowledge regarding the mass of solute which is dissolved in the solution initially. It is the general criteria for calculating molarity of a solution and it is applicable even on the molarity calculation in case of a High fructose corn syrup.

Things that are needed for calculating molarity of High fructose corn syrup include:

  • Weighing balance.
  • Containers.
  • High fructose corn syrup.

Steps for calculating the molarity of High fructose corn syrup:

  1. Essential calculations of molarity should be known including in the formula i.e. Molarity = number of moles of solute/ liters of solution
  1. High fructose corn syrup is acquired and then the mass which is contained in each container is measured and if it is given, then it should be noted on the individual container. Calculate the amount of syrup in the units of grams. Then find out the total number of grams by adding up the amount of syrup present in all the containers on which you are conducting the calculations.
  2. High fructose corn syrup’s volume is calculated in the units of liter. It can be done if you multiply the number of liters occupied by individual container with the total number of containers.
  3. In favor of the high fructose corn syrup, container of an appropriate size is picked.
  4. The weight of empty container is measured. For the purpose of calculation of the exact weighing of high fructose corn syrup, weight of the container is taken before its filling with high fructose corn syrup.
  5. High fructose corn syrup is poured in the empty container.
  6. Weight of the container which is filled now is taken again. From the weight of final or filled container, the weight of initial or empty container is subtracted. The answer of this calculation represents weight of the high fructose corn syrup.
  7. The mass high fructose corn syrup is converted into its moles. Now we have mass in grams of corn syrup as well as its weight. Mass is multiplied with a fraction of weight of corn syrup.
  8. Moles are now finally divided by the volume and the answer will be the molarity of the high fructose corn syrup.

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