What is the molarity of an aqueous sodium chloride solution if .33 mol NaCl is dissolved in 2.5 L of water
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# What is the molarity of an aqueous sodium chloride solution if .33 mol NaCl is dissolved in 2.5 L of water

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could you explain it a bit to help me get it?Since you are given moles of NaCl and a volume in liters,0.33 mol / 2.5 L = 0.132 mol/L = 0.......
I'm not asking for you to do my homework, but I really just don't get this :/ Our teacher sucks, could you explain it a bit to help me get it?

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Molarity has the units moles /L

Since you are given moles of NaCl and a volume in liters, just divide the moles by the volume to give you molarity:

0.33 mol / 2.5 L = 0.132 mol/L = 0.132 M
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