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Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by arpitpatel86, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. arpitpatel86

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    on chemistry question number 101 it says 25.20 grams of a non-volatile, non-dissociating solute was dissolved in 600 ml of h20............
    on the explanation they but it as .8=moles of solute/kg solvent...........and then siad .8=moles of solute/0.600


    so my question is....is there an error here and the 600 ml that i underlined should be 600 grams.....or does 600ml actually equal 0.6Kg?
     
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  3. gentile1225

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    no im pretty sure there is no typo, 100 ml=1 kg.
     
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    I believe 1000ml is 1kg, so 100 ml would be 100 g aka .1kg, which is the same as 600ml being .6kg
     
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    right
     
  6. p0lkad0t

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    that's only for h2o, right?
    i always forget....
     

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