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adding 50 grams of NH4CL to water at 30 degrees celsius produces what kind of solution? (saturated, unsaturated, supersaturated?)

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  1. You need to know the solubility of NH4Cl at 30 degrees C. I found a listing of 29.7 g/100 g H2O but at zero degrees C. I could not find anything for 30 degrees C.

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  2. 130 grams of NaNO3

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