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What would the osmotic pressure be for an aqueous solution that contained the following, .4 M NaCl, .3 M glucose and .2 M CaCl2? Assume temp is 25 C.

  1. bobpursley

    Osmotic Pressure in atm. = Molarity ( R ) (Kelvin Temp.)

    Do this for all three solutions, then add the pressures.

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