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Posted by Bobby on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at 9:43pm.

What is the molarity of the following solutions?

(a) 2.1 mol KCl in 1.7 L of solution
1 M
(b) 1.04 mol H2SO4 in 335 mL of solution
2 M
(c) 0.944 mol of ammonia in 215 mL of solution
3 M

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