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Simple question about C of a solution

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Andrax
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Oct26-13, 09:48 AM
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suppose that the molar concentration of (2k+ , (S2O4)2-) is C=1mol/l

we have C((S2O4)2-)=C=1mol.l but does C(2k+)=1 mol/l ? or 2C=2mol/l(since there are 2 k+ )

this question might be silly , but this really confused me and i can't come up with the correct answer
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Oct26-13, 10:07 AM
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2 mol/L.


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