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# Solution: 3.52 g NH4Cl (MW = 53.45 g/mol) is added to 12.4 g of water. Calculate the molality of ammonium chloride in the solution.  a) 5. 31 m b) 0.0872 m c) 15.2 m d) 15.2 x 103 m

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3.52 g NH4Cl (MW = 53.45 g/mol) is added to 12.4 g of water. Calculate the molality of ammonium chloride in the solution.

a) 5. 31 m

b) 0.0872 m

c) 15.2 m

d) 15.2 x 10m

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