Answer to Question #202542 in Chemistry for kim

Question #202542

One gram of table salt is put into a 0.25 L glass, and the glass is filled with tap water. What is the concentration of salt in mg/mL?


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2021-06-03T05:29:37-0400

Solution:

Concentration of table salt = (1 g) × (1000 mg / 1 g) × (1 / 0.25 L) × (1 L / 1000 mL) = 4 mg/mL

Concentration of table salt = 4 mg/mL


Answer: The concentration of table salt is 4 mg/mL.

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