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If a 45.3-g sample of potassium nitrate is dissolved in enough water to make 225 mL of solution, what will be the molarity?

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    moles KNO3 = 45.3 g /101.1 g/mol=0.448
    M = 0.448/ 0.225 L=1.99

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