A chemist starts with 32mL of a 0.3M NaCl solution and dilutes it to 1,137mL. What is the Molar concentration of NaCl inthe new solution?Answer to 3 decimal placesRead about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page!Do not include units when reporting your answerUse standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboarde.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3When you dilute 0.194L of a 1.94M solution of LiCI to 1L, what is the final molar concentration of the solution?• Answer to 2 decimal places• Read about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page!Do not include units when reporting your answerUse standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboard• e.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3

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A chemist starts with 32mL of a 0.3M NaCl solution and dilutes it to 1,137mL. What is the Molar concentration of NaCl in
the new solution?
Answer to 3 decimal places
Read about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page!
Do not include units when reporting your answer
Use standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboard
e.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3
When you dilute 0.194L of a 1.94M solution of LiCI to 1L, what is the final molar concentration of the solution?
• Answer to 2 decimal places
• Read about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page!
Do not include units when reporting your answer
Use standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboard
• e.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3
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A chemist starts with 32mL of a 0.3M NaCl solution and dilutes it to 1,137mL. What is the Molar concentration of NaCl in the new solution? Answer to 3 decimal places Read about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page! Do not include units when reporting your answer Use standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboard e.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3 When you dilute 0.194L of a 1.94M solution of LiCI to 1L, what is the final molar concentration of the solution? • Answer to 2 decimal places • Read about significant figures and rounding in the Helpful Resources page! Do not include units when reporting your answer Use standard notation or scientific notation as accepted by blackboard • e.g. 0.001 or 1E-3, not 1 x 10^-3

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The volume of 1L is equal to 1000 mL. The number of moles (n) in 32 mL of a 0.3 M NaCl solution is calculated as shown below where M is molarity or concentration of the solution in mol/L and V is the volume of the solution in L. The number of moles (n) in 32 mL of a 0.3 ...

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