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X gm of NACL is dissolved in 100 ml of water in one beaker and Y gm of glucose is dissolved in 100 ml of water in another beaker.then both of them are mixed in one beaker.then how can i find out mass of each in this new volume?

X gm of NACL is dissolved in 100 ml of water in one beaker and Y gm of glucose is dissolved in 100 ml of water in another beaker.then both of them are mixed in one beaker.then how can i find out mass of each in this new volume?

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Divyanshu Dwivedi
19 Points
3 years ago
On mixing two solutions ,the millimolar of solutes in two solutions do not change . With help of this we can easily calculate mass. Moreover mass would not change of both solutes.

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