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What is the mass of a solution that has a density of 0.775 g/mL and a volume of 50.0 mL?
The formula for calculating the mass of a solution is mass = density x volume.
To convert density from g/mL to kg/m3, you can multiply the density value by 1000.
To find the mass of a 500 mL solution with a density of 0.775 g/mL, we can use the formula: mass = 0.775 g/mL x 500 mL, which gives us a mass of 387.5 grams.
No, the mass of a solution cannot be negative. Mass is a physical quantity that represents the amount of matter in an object or substance. It cannot have a negative value.
The density of a solution is directly proportional to its mass. This means that as the density increases, the mass also increases. Similarly, as the density decreases, the mass also decreases.