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calculate the moles of solute present in 1.25 centimeter cube of 0.5 M h3po4 solution

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  1. Dear hifsa

    still remember there is a formula
    Molarity= mol/dm cube
    so ........
    0.5= mole/ (1.25/1000)
    number of mole= 6.25x10^-4

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