Problem: What is the concentration (in M) of methanol in an aqueous solution if dissolving 1.25 mol of methanol in water produces a 10.0 L solution? A. 125 x 10-1 M B. 1.25 x 100 M C. 1.25 x 101 M D. 1.25 x 102 M

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What is the concentration (in M) of methanol in an aqueous solution if dissolving 1.25 mol of methanol in water produces a 10.0 L solution? 

A. 125 x 10-1

B. 1.25 x 100

C. 1.25 x 101

D. 1.25 x 102 M

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