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assuming that 1g of aspirin dissolves in 450ml of water at 10°C,how much aspirin would be lost in the 5ml of water added to the reaction mixture if the mixture were at 10°C during filtration?

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    I don't understand the symbolism at the 10 oC (the A with a mark over it)but if that is actually 10 C, then 5 mL will lose 1 g x (5/450)= ??g

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    DR i can't see what you wrote here

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    dr i can't see what you wrote here

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    My symbolism isn't much better. I forgot to turn off the superscript. I'll try again.
    I have trouble reading the letter A with a mark over it after the 10.
    I assume that is just 10 oC.
    1 g x (5 mL/450 mL) = ?? solubility in 5 mL water.

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