# A sucrose solution is prepared to a final concentration of 0.300 M . Convert this value into terms of g/L, molality, and mass %. (Use the following values: molecular weight MWsucrose = 352.296 g/mol ; density ρsol′n = 1.03 g/mL ; and mass of water, mwat = 961.5 g ). Note that the mass of solute is included in the density of the solution.-Express the concentrations in grams per liter, molality, and mass percent to three significant figures separated by commas.

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A sucrose solution is prepared to a final concentration of 0.300 M . Convert this value into terms of g/L, molality, and mass %. (Use the following values: molecular weight MWsucrose = 352.296 g/mol ; density ρsol′n = 1.03 g/mL ; and mass of water, mwat = 961.5 g ). Note that the mass of solute is included in the density of the solution.
-Express the concentrations in grams per liter, molality, and mass percent to three significant figures separated by commas.
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Molarity = number of moles...

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