Problem: Which concentration unit does not require a measured amount (volume or mass) of solvent?A. mass percent of solute B. molalityC. mole fraction of soluteD. molarityE. mole fraction of solvent

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We’re being asked to determine the concentration unit that does not require a measured amount (volume or mass) of the solvent.


Let's determine the equation and units used for the calculation of each concentration:

A. mass percent of solute 

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Which concentration unit does not require a measured amount (volume or mass) of solvent?

A. mass percent of solute 

B. molality

C. mole fraction of solute

D. molarity

E. mole fraction of solvent

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