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Calculate the molar solubility of in the following substances. Pure water and 1.5×10−3 K2CrO4

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    Your question makes no sense to me.
    1. 1.5E-3 WHAT?
    2. Do you want the molarity calculated?
    3. If you refer to the solubility, it is completely soluble.

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