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What is the molarity of 5g of O2 in 250 mL?

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    Molarity = moles of solute/ Liter.
    5g O2 * (1 mol O2/ 32 g O2)= x moles O2
    convert 250 mL to Liters
    X moles O2/ Liters = molarity

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