# chemistry

Barium sulfate is listed as insoluble on solubility tables. It does, however, dissolve to a small extent. Its solubility at 50 'C is 0.00034g in 100. g of water. Express this solubility in parts per million

-I know the equation is
ppm= (grams of solute/L of solution) x 10^6

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1. Are you sure about that formula? I think it may be (g solute/mL)*10^6.
I think you are looking at 3.4 ppm which you won't get if you use your formula.
I use ppm = mg/L.

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2. put the aids in the anus

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3. omigawd jamal that doesn tevennnn help at all. u shouldnt do tis no i cat even do mh hw.

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4. first of all the formula is wrong the formula u used was for molarity. this is the correct formula ppm= grams of solute/ grams of solution x 10^6 bob that formula of yours is also wrong

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