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calculate the concentration of each solutions:

3 moles of solute dissolved in 2 liter of solution

6 moles of solute dissolved on 9 liters of solution

4 moles of solute dissolved in 3 liters of solution

  • chemistry -

    moles/L = molarity.
    3 moles/2 liters = ?? etc.

  • chemistry -

    that is true and remember that litre is equivalent to dm^3.

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