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You've just prepared a solution by transferring 20.0 g of glucose into a 1.0 - L volumetric flask, and adding water to the mark. Calculate the concentration of the glucose solution in terms of millimoles/Liter, mg/mL, and % (m/v).

Ok, I think i'm overwhelmed by the wordinng of this question. Do you just convert g to millimoles to get millimoles/Liter, and then grams to mg and liters to mL to get mg/mL? And the same with the last one? What is v?

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  1. yes, yes, and yes.
    %(m/v) means percent mass/volume. That means grams solute/100 mL solution.

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