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Calculate the concentration in parts per million (ppm) of the solute in each of the following aqueous solutions

(a) 0.00500 g of sodium chloride in 850 mL of solution

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I do ppm by mg/L.
0.005g/850 = 5 mg/850 mL
5 mg x (1000/850) = mg/L = ppm.

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