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What is the concentration of g salt per 100 g water of a saturated solution in which 3.82 g of salt are dissolved in 9.54 g of water?

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Because 3.82 of salt in dissolved in 9.54 g of water, the concentration will be:

concentration = 3.82 g salt / ...

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