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A patient receives 320 mL of a 19% (w/v) aqueous glucose solution. (a) How many grams of glucose does the patient receive? (b) How many moles of glucose (molar mass 180.2 g/mol) does the patient receive?

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A patient receives 320 mL of a 19% (w/v) aqueous glucose solution. 

(a) How many grams of glucose does the patient receive? 
(b) How many moles of glucose (molar mass 180.2 g/mol) does the patient receive?
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(w/V)% is calculated by using the equation,

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Substituting the values in equation for (w/V)%,

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Number of moles of glucose c...

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