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How many grams Of KCI are dissolved in 100g. of water at 50 degrees?

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Molar Mass ~K~39,cl~35.5. Molar Mass~(39)+(35.5)~64.5 No Of Moler ~mass/molarmass~64.5g/mol Divide By 100g, Gram Cancel Gram Remain 0.645mol

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