With the addition of aqueous NaOH to an aspirin solutions in water the reaction will yield products of sodium acetylsalicylate and water. I would like to measure the amount of sodium apsirin formed that is disolved in water right after the NaOH reaction.
Attempt for the solution: Given that sodium acetylsalicylate dissociates in water to form sodium ions and salicylate ions, I can consider finding the ionic strength i.e. ion concentration. However in order to calculate the ionic strength I need the molality which require the amount of solutes disolved, which is basically what I am trying to find in the first place.
Is there a recorded value for the Ionic strength of of sodium acetylsalicylate, which would intern allow me to calculate the mass of the solute or I'm going the wrong way about this?
Is there any other way I can use to algebraic calculate the mass of the sodium acetylsalicylate dissolved?
Any help will be greatly appreciated!