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13 January, 04:17

5. How many moles of NaCl will it take to make 3.0 L of

a 0.1 M solution?

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  1. 13 January, 04:57
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    0.30 mole NaCl needed.

    Explanation:

    From the definition of solution molarity = > Molarity = moles solute / Volume of Solution in Liters = > Molarity = moles/Volume (L) = > solve for moles = >

    moles = Molarity X Volume (L) = (0.1M) (3.0L) = 0.30 mole NaCl needed.
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