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to prepare 500cm^3 of glucose solution of concerntration 1M. The chemical formula of glucose is C6H12O6.calculate (1)the relative molecular mass and molar mass.(2)the amount of glucose which will be in the solution.(3)the mass of glucose to be weighed

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