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Calculate the number of moles of solute present in 450. g of an aqueous NaCl solution that is 0.565 % NaCl by weight

asked by joe
  1. .00565*450 = 2.54g of NaCl

    So, how many moles is that?

    posted by Steve
  2. 4.35*10^-2

    posted by Anonymous

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