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If you know that the mass concentration of a NaCl solution is 58.5 g/L, the molar concentration (mol/L) of the solution is ?

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1 mol of NaCl has a mass of what?

58.5 g NaCl x (1 mol NaCl/molar mass NaCl) = mols NaCl on 58.5 gg NaCl.
Mols NaCl/Liter of solution = molarity.


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i still don't kno how to do this so when u get a solution let me kno!

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    1.2molar solution affedto 0.6nacl to make0-75molar

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