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Calculate the molarity of 2.05 L of a solution containing 1.51 g of dissolved KBr

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    Find the g/mol for KBr

    1.51g x 1mol/g/mol of KBr

    you should've gtt the answer for the mol

    the formula for molarity is M = mol/L

    plug the mol answer that you just found and divided by 2.05L

    Then you should;ve got the answer for molarity

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