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BenBlackburn

  • 3 years ago

a sodium chloride solution has a concentration expressed in %w/w of 25% and expressed in molarity of 4.53M. what is the density of the solution in g/mL?

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    A more concentrated solution will have more solute dissolved in the solvent. Potassium nitrate, KNO3, is an ionic compound and therefore soluble in a polar solvent like water. Potassium nitrate is not soluble in the non polar solvent CCl4. Because potassium nitrate dissolves to a greater extent in water, KNO3 in H2O will result in the more concentrated solution.

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