Problem: An intravenous saline drip has 9.0 g of sodium chloride per liter of water. By definition, 1 mL = 1 cm3.Express the salt concentration in kg/m3.When converting the concentration what is the appropriate number of significant figures?

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An intravenous saline drip has 9.0 g of sodium chloride per liter of water. By definition, 1 mL = 1 cm3.

Express the salt concentration in kg/m3.

When converting the concentration what is the appropriate number of significant figures?

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