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# How 2.60 moles of LiCl is dissolved in 230 mL of water What is the resulting molarity?

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Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution ( 230 ml = 0.0230 Liters)

Molarity = 2.60 moles LiCl/0.230 Liters

= 11. 3 M LiCl

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