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1a) Calculate the molar concentration of the KIO3 solution provided.

KIO3 2.15g/L

we used 10 mL in the experiment.

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  1. did you use 2.15 g in 10 ml, or did you use a .0215 grams?

    Assuming you used 2.15 g in 10 ml, then

    M=2.15/molmass/.01=215/214= about 1 Molar

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