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To prepare a 0.9% solution take 0.9grams NaCl and dilute with 100mls of water.

Q: How do you calculate 100 ml of 0.9 percent NaCL?

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Dissolve 0,9 g sodium chloride in 100 mL distilled water.

Well .9 in a % would be 90%, and .09 would be 9%. So I would say yes.

The solution of NaCl with the concentration 0,9 % is considered normal saline; the osmotic pressure is equal to the pressure in the cells.

it's 9% .09 x 100

% rate = 4% = 0.09/2.25 * 100% = 0.04 * 100% = 4%

.9 can also be written as 90%

No, think of it as .09 and .50

Rounded to two decimal places, 0.09/2.08 x 100 = 4.33 percent.Therefore, 0.09 is approximately equal to 4.33 percent of 2.08.

As of today 08/26/09 I'd say 100% or so

.09 percent = .0009 = 9/10000.

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