9th grade chemistry
posted by chemistry challenged on .
At what temperature will 50. grams of NH4Cl just saturate 100. grams of water? (the 4 is the number of elements)

first find the solubity but i just have an idea. in my country the provide the temp. we just find the solubility and the product

oh ok but that still doesn't really help because they do not provide the equation in the chem review book they distributed to us.

you don't even need any equation to do this if you know the mass, the no of moles can be calculated from there i.e. no of moles=mass of sub/molar mass
from there if the volume is given so you will be able to calculate the solubility which is equals to molar concentration 
lol well have you seen my name?? i cant do this... i figured out other equations but i don't know why i cant figure this one out... oh well i just ask other people to help me because i need someone to show me how to do it right infront of me but thank you for all of your help... i apprecite it very much.

Apparently you are studying from a manual of some kind. You say there is no table giving the solubility. Is there a graph? If you have neither, perhaps I can find one on the web.

50 degrees Celisius!