# A solution is prepared by dissolving 171 g of CdCl_{2} in enough water to make 250.0 mL of...

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A solution is prepared by dissolving {eq}171{/eq} {eq}g{/eq} of {eq}CdCl_{2} {/eq} in enough water to make {eq}250.0{/eq} {eq}mL {/eq} of solution. If the density of the solution is {eq}1.556{/eq} {eq}g/mL {/eq} , calculate: Molarity of the solution, mole fraction of {eq}CdCl_{2}{/eq} , and molality of the solution.

## Concentration of Solutions:

The concentration of solutions can be expressed as molarity which is the moles of solute per liter of solution, molality which is the moles of solute per kilogram of solvent, as mole fraction or it can be as mass percent.

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Given:

- mass of ({eq}CdCl_2{/eq}), {eq}m_c{/eq} = 171 g

- density of solution, {eq}\rho{/eq} = 1.556 g/mL

- volume of solution, {eq}V{/eq} = 250 mL =...

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