For Mass-Balance eqzns, in my text it is described as "relating the equillibrium concentrations of various species in a solution to one another and to the analytical concentrations of the various solutes.

Is the analytical concentration described, the molar concentration??

yes. It's called mass balance but concentration (molarity) is used.

thank you Dr.Bob

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