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If 120 g of NaOH (40.00 g/mol) were used to prepare 500.0 mL of solution, what would the concentration be?

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Molarity of the given solution is,

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moles Molarity volune

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Mole of the given 120...

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weight Mole molecular weight 120g 40g/mo =3mol

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