Given that the molecular weight of KC1 is 74.55 g, how many grams would you need to make 300 ml of a 200 mM solutio?
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The molarity of a solution is equal to the number of moles of the specified substance that are dissolved in one liter of solution (1000 ml of solution). Therefore we have
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