# A 4.0 m H2 S O3 solution would have what mass percent of H2 S O3 in this solution? The molar mass of H2 S O3 is 82.08 grams. Just the number, please.HINT: 4.0 m H2SO3 = 4.0 mol H2 S O3/1 kg H2O and % H2 S O3 = [mass H2 S O3/(mass H2S O3 + mass H2O)] x 100% OR HINT: 4.0 m H2SO3 = 4.0 mol H2 S O3/1 kg H2O and % H2 S O3 = [mass H2 S O3 over the sum of mass H2S O3 and mass H2O)] all multiplied by 100%

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A 4.0 m HS O3 solution would have what mass percent of HS O3 in this solution? The molar mass of HS O3 is 82.08 grams. Just the number, please.
HINT: 4.0 m H2SO3 = 4.0 mol H2 S O3/1 kg H2O and % H2 S O3 = [mass H2 S O3/(mass H2S O3 + mass H2O)] x 100%

OR HINT: 4.0 m H2SO3 = 4.0 mol H2 S O3/1 kg H2O and

% H2 S O3 = [mass H2 S O3 over the sum of mass H2S O3 and mass H2O)] all multiplied by 100%

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