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# How do you find mass of a solute when cubic centimeters and molarity is given?

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You know the molarity and you know the volume. First off you find the moles. Molarity divided by 1000, multiplied by the volume in cm^3. Then you multiply the moles by the molecular mass of the solute, to get the weight in grams.

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Thanks to some jokester I have to do this answer all over again. I hate that about this site. Anyone can but in! Perhaps you will be given atoms of the compound. 3.42 X 10^22 atoms carbon (1 mole C/6.022 X 10^23) = 0.057 moles Carbon -----------------------------or, you will be given, Molarity and Liters of solution Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution Moles of solution = Molarity * Liters of solution -------------------------------------------------------------there are two ways without mass of element/compound If that is not what you meant put a message on my message board.

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