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anonymous
 2 years ago
How many g of water are required to be mixed with 11.75 g of HgCl in order to make a 0.01 m solution? (Refer to the periodic table for atomic weights.)
40 g
5,000 g
2 x 106 g
2 x 108 g
anonymous
 2 years ago
How many g of water are required to be mixed with 11.75 g of HgCl in order to make a 0.01 m solution? (Refer to the periodic table for atomic weights.) 40 g 5,000 g 2 x 106 g 2 x 108 g

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