# What is the molarity of a sodium chloride solution if 2.45 grams of NaCl is dissolved in 250 mL...

## Question:

What is the molarity of a sodium chloride solution if 2.45 grams of NaCl is dissolved in 250 mL of water? Show your solution.

## Molarity:

Molarity describes the molar concentration of a solution by considering the solute's moles and the solution's volume (in liters). Suppose that the molarity of a solution is 5 M or 5 moles per liter. This indicates that 5 moles of solute are dissolved in one liter of solution.

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View this answer**We are given the following data:**

- The mass of {eq}{\rm{NaCl}} {/eq} is: {eq}m = 2.45\;{\rm{g}} {/eq}

- The volume is: {eq}V = 250\;{\rm{mL}} =...

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Chapter 9 / Lesson 4Learn how to find the molarity of a solution or the moles of gas in a given volume using stoichiometry. See examples of calculating moles from molarity.

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