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**Problem**: A water sample contains the pollutant chlorobenzene with a concentration of 16 ppb (by mass). What volume of this water contains 5.01×102 mg of chlorobenzene? (Assume a density of 1.00 g/mL.)

###### FREE Expert Solution

###### FREE Expert Solution

We will solve this problem through these steps:

- Find grams of chlorobenzene
- Find the mass of solution using the ppb formula
- Find volume of solution using density

The formula for ppb is:

###### Problem Details

A water sample contains the pollutant chlorobenzene with a concentration of 16 ppb (by mass). What volume of this water contains 5.01×10^{2} mg of chlorobenzene? (Assume a density of 1.00 g/mL.)

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