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for a lab it says prepare a 300 ml of .2% sodium bicarbonate solution. I am trying to find how many grams of NaHCO3 i need. so i did 300ml X .002 and got .6ml of NaHCO3. but how do I convert that to grams of NaHCO3

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    Density=mass/volume, solve for mass

    Density of NaHCO3=2.20 g/mL

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