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Express 2.5M NaCl as a percent solution. what is the molar concentration of a 10% NaCl solution?

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    What kind of percent is that? percent w/v
    2.5M means 2.5 moles NaCl/L soln.
    grams = moles x molar mass
    So yo have grams/L, convert to g/100 mL and that is percent NaCl.

    10%w/v means 10g NaCl/100 mL which makes it 100 g NaCl/L soln.
    100 g = ? moles. moles = g/molar mass so that is the molarity.

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