How many mL of an 8.56% solution can be prepared from 42.8g ofsucrose?

How many mL of an 8.56% solution can be prepared from 42.8g ofsucrose?

asked 2021-05-05
How many mL of an 8.56% solution can be prepared from 42.8g ofsucrose?

Answers (1)

Assume sucrose has no effect on the volume (8.56% solution is quitedilute)
8.56 grams sucrose / 100 grams water
42.8 g sucrose * (100 g water/8.56 g sucrose) = 100 g water, whichis about 100 mL water

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