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if 50 g of HCL is dissolved in 100 g of water at 40 C, how much HCL must be added to the solution in order to saturate it?

the answer is about 12g but can you explain how to get this answer?
thanks.

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    Without a table or a graph of the solubility of HCl @ 40 C I can't help. I looked on the web but found no info on that.

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