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Calculate the molarity of a solution that is prepared by dissolving 23.35g of CaCl2 in a sufficient amount of water to make a 600 mL solution

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    M = mols/L of solution.
    You can calculate mols from mols = grams/ molar mass.
    You know molar mass CaCl2 and you know grams. Calculate mols from equation 2, and substitute in equation 1 to calculate molarity.
    Post your work if you need more help.
    I left a message for you on the H2O2 problem posted earlier.

  • chemistry -

    No, that was rachel.

  • chemistry -

    find molar mass H2O-

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    23.5x1mol/110.08=0.2134

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