# Determine the mass, in grams, of water contained in 0.25 liters of aqueous solution that has 10%...

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Determine the mass, in grams, of water contained in 0.25 liters of aqueous solution that has 10% dissolved salt and density equal to 1.10 g/cm{eq}^3 {/eq}.

## Solute Concentration:

The concentration of solute in a solution can be expressed in multiple ways. For example, the expression of mass percentage is quantified by dividing the mass of the solute by the mass of the solution multiplied to a hundred percent.

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{/eq}, by multiplying the volume, *V* = 0.25 L = 250 mL, to the density, {eq}\displaystyle \rho =...

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