Calculate the molarity of a solution that contains 31.0 g of {eq}MgCl_2 {/eq} in 2.2 L of solution.

Question:

Calculate the molarity of a solution that contains 31.0 g of {eq}MgCl_2 {/eq} in 2.2 L of solution.

Molarity:

Molarity indicates the absorption of solute in a solution. The solute's amount present in a solution is in the form of moles and the solution's volume should be in liters.

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Given data:

The mass of magnesium chloride is 31.0 g.

The volume of the solution is 2.2 L.

The expression for molarity is:

{eq}\rm M\, =...

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