It is assumed that the dissolution is complete. And for this sample, we have a solution of CaCl2, which dissociates into three particles per unit of substance, one Ca2+ and two Cl-.
CaCl2 is a strong electrolyte. When dissolved in water, it readily dissociates into calcium and chloride. A 0.3 M solution will be _______ osmoles/liter.
Assume that it completely dissolves.
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