Asked May 7, 2019

Which of the following solutions is more concentrated 0.75M KCl or 5.0%(m/v) KCl

please show work converting .75M to % and 5.0% to Molarity


Expert Answer

Step 1

Given is,

0.75 M of KCl.

5.0 % (m/v).

Step 2


0.75 M of KCl is m...


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