# Problem: What volume of alcohol (d = 0.800 g/mL) is needed to obtain 320 g of alcohol? a. 400 mL b. 256 mL c. 100 mL d. 80 mL e. 320 mL

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What volume of alcohol (d = 0.800 g/mL) is needed to obtain 320 g of alcohol?

a. 400 mL

b. 256 mL

c. 100 mL

d. 80 mL

e. 320 mL

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