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What volume of water would be required to dissolve 1 g of BaF2?

mass of BaF2 is 1.31 g and it dissolves in 1 L of water. The answer is 0.763. Can someone please explain how they got this?

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  1. One gallon of water dissolves 1.31 g. If you put in more BaF2 than that, the solution is saturated and the remainder will not dissolve.

    1 g of BaF2 is 1/1.31 or 76.3% of the amount that will saturate one gallon of water.

    If you use 76.3% of 1 gallon of water, you will have a saturated solution.

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