Chemistry

A 360mg sample of sugar (molar mass of 180 g/mol) is dissolved in enough water to produce 200mL of solution. after the sugar is completely dissolved, you
pour 50mL of this solution into a Burnette for use in an experiment. what is the molar concentration of sugar in the sample

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  1. (360 / 180) moles / .200 L = 10 M

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  2. and 50 mL ? thanks

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  3. the concentration is 10 Molar

    sample size is not a factor

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