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Consider the HF solution with the concentration 5%(w/v). Calculate its concentration in the molarity. Use four significant figures in the answer.

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    5% w/v means 5 g HF/100 mL soln or 50 g HF/1000 mL soln.
    50g HF = how many mols? mols = grams/molar mass, then
    M = moles/L

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