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whatmass of (NH4)3SO4 is required to prepare 500cm3 of m/4 solution

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    what is m/4 solution?

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    Does m stand for molality of molarity? You can't get away forever with not using caps. m stands for molality. M stands for molarity. Since you don't use caps to start a sentence we don't know if this is 1/4 m or 1/4 M.

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