A solution was prepared by dissolving 200.0 g of KClKCl in 285 g of water.


Calculate the mole fraction of KClKCl. (The formula weight of KClKCl is 74.6 g/molg/mol. The formula weight of water is 18.0 g/molg/mol.)

Express the mole fraction of KCl to two decimal places.

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