Asked Feb 4, 2020

A mass of 30 g KCl is dissolved in 200 ml of solution. What is the concentration of this solution as expressed as the mass of the solute per unit of volume of solution?


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Mass of KCl (solute) = 30 g

Volume of solution = 200 mL

The concentration of this solu...

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