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What is the molarity of a 30% solution of NaCI

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Let us first define the percentage solution : 30% NaCl solution= 30% w/v solution = 30g/100 ...

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Now, 30 g/ 100 ml X g/ IL (1000ml) Or, X 30 1000/100 Or, X 300 g/L

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