Asked Oct 22, 2019

How many grams of NaF are present in 4.5 L of a 1.1% NaF solution by mass? The density of the solution is 1.0 g/mL


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Mass of the solution is calculated as shown in equation (1) where ρ and V are the density and volume of the solution respectively. The solution of 4.5 L is equivalent to 4500 ...

(вolution) — PxV..... (1)
= 1.0 g mLx 4500 mL
=4500 g

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М, (вolution) — PxV..... (1) = 1.0 g mLx 4500 mL =4500 g


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