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RJLiberator

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What I did: Since we have 0.0534 moles of Na+ ions in the Na2SO4 molecule, I used that for the equation. Since 0.0534 moles is in a 1:1 ratio with Na2SO4 I can conclude we have 0.0534 moles of Na2SO4.

M = Moles/Volume

0.835M = 0.0534moles of Na2SO4/V

Solving, I get 6.40x10^-2L

Is my reasoning correct?