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Homework Help: Re chemistry

Posted by Tarkan on Sunday, December 5, 2010 at 7:34pm.

What are the concentrations in mass of the following solutions:

a) a 200mL aqueous solution containing 4.26g sodium solfate.

b) a 2.00 L aqueous solution containing 107.0g ammonium chloride NH4Cl.

Plz can give me someone the answers for BOTH and the steps how you did it plzzzzzz :)

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