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a solution is 0.0300 m in Sodium. How many grams of sodium carbonate are necessary to prepare 900.0 ml of this solution?

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    I assume you meant Molarity instead of m molality.

    Na2CO3 (aq). If the solution is .03M n Na, it is .015M in sodium carbonate.


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