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Posted by Hannah on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 6:10pm.

If a saline solution has a concentration of 0.25 g per mL, calculate the following.
a) The concentration of this solution in %w/v.
b) The concentration of this solution in grams per litre (g/L).
c) The concentration of this solution in milligrams per mL (mg/mL).

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