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What is the concentration, in g/L, of a solution containing 0.65 mol HNO3 in 150 mL solution?
Give your answer rounded to nearest whole number, followed by a space and the units.

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    g HNO3 = mols x molar mass = ?
    That is ?g HNO3/150 mL so
    ?g x (1000/150) = xg HNO3/L.

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    How do I find the molar maass.

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