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Solution: A solution of sucrose (C12H22O11 of MW 342 grams/mole) in benzene is 0.40 molal. The solution’s density is 0.90 grams/mL. How many milliliters of the solution would contain 0.10 moles of sucrose? 1. 444 mL 2. 316 mL  3. 250 mL 4. 360 mL 5. 225 mL

Problem

A solution of sucrose (C12H22O11 of MW 342 grams/mole) in benzene is 0.40 molal. The solution’s density is 0.90 grams/mL. How many milliliters of the solution would contain 0.10 moles of sucrose?

1. 444 mL

2. 316 mL 

3. 250 mL

4. 360 mL

5. 225 mL