How many grams of a 43% (m/m) NaCl solution are required to get 100.0 g of NaCl?

asked by @gena1 • 10 months ago • Chemistry • 5 pts
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Hi there! Assuming that m/m is mass of component / mass of solution, we can say that 100 g solution contains 43 g of NaCl. So if we need to get 100 g of NaCl, divide 43 over 100, and then divide the product by 100.

100/(43/100)= 232.558 g of solution.

Hope that helps!

answered by @reyn • 10 months ago