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10) A solution concentration is $3.5 \mathrm{ppm}$ and is made with a solute that has molar mass equal to $(580+\mathrm{Y}) \mathrm{g} / \mathrm{mol}$. What is the molarity of the solution?
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Key Concept

Converting ppm to molarity

Explanation

To find the molarity of the solution, you need to convert ppm (parts per million) to molarity (moles per liter). The formula to convert ppm to molarity is: Molarity (M) = (ppm * density of solution (g/L)) / (molar mass of solute (g/mol)). Assuming the density of the solution is approximately that of water (1 g/mL or 1000 g/L), the molarity can be calculated using the given molar mass (580+Y) g/mol and the ppm value (3.5 ppm).

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