# Calculate the mass/volume percent (m/v) of 19.0 g NaCl in 56.0 mL of solution.

## Question:

Calculate the mass/volume percent (m/v) of 19.0 g NaCl in 56.0 mL of solution.

## Mass/Volume Solution:

Mass/volume percentage ({eq}{\rm{m/v}}\% {/eq}) is used to denote the amount of solute and solvent in a particular solution using the formula,

{eq}\text{Mass/Volume}\%= \dfrac{\text{mass of solute in grams}}{\text{Volume of the solution in mililitre}} \times 100\;\% {/eq}

There are different ways of denoting the solution according to the given amount of solute (in the form of weight or volume).

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**Given Data:**

- The amount of {eq}\text {NaCl} {/eq} is: {eq}m=19.0\;\rm{g} {/eq}

- The volume of solution is: {eq}V=56\;\rm{mL} {/eq}

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