Asked Nov 12, 2019

What is the mass percent of a solution made by dissolving 45.2 grams of NaCl into 150.0 grams
of water?


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Mass of NaCl = 45.2g

Mass of water= 150.0g

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mass of solute x100 mass percentage- mass of solute +solvent 45.2 x 100 150.0+45.2 =23.16%


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