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75.0 G tartaric acid in 1 liter is what molarity (moles/liter) mw= 150.087g/mol

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    75.0 g of tartic acid*(1 mole/150.087)= moles of tartic acid

    moles of tartic acid/1L= molarity

    answer with 3 significant figures.

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