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a solution is prepared with 3.26g kcl and water to make 25.0ml,of kcl,what is the %(m/V) of the kcl solution.

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  1. % w/v = (g solute/mL)*100 = ?

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  2. 13.04

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  3. 13.04%

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  4. 3.26g/25.0 x 1 mol/74.55(molar mass of KCl) X 1000ml/1 L

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