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Posted by Jessie on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 2:51am.

The solubility of salicilyc acid in water at 20C is .2g in 100mL. The solubility is salicilyc acid in boiling water is 6.67g in 100mL. Calculate the minimum volume of water needed to re-crystallize .550g of crude salicilyc acid.

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