How many grams of K2CO3 are in 350mL of a 3.2% (m/v) solution of K2CO3?


How many grams of {eq}K_2CO_3 {/eq}

are in 350mL of a 3.2% (m/v) solution of {eq}K_2CO_3 {/eq}?

Solute Concentration:

A solution is a homogeneous mixture composed of solute present in smaller amounts and solvent present in larger amounts. The concentration of solution is reported as the amount of solute relative to the amount of solvent. The most commonly-used unit to report solute concentration is molarity, which is defined as the number of moles of solute per liter of the solution (mol/L).

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The % m/v is defined as the mass of solute in grams per volume of solution in mL multiplied by 100. Therefore, the mass of solute can be computed as...

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