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A chemist needs 500 g of a 5% aqueous HCl solution. Describe how to make this solution. Show how to determine the amount of solute and solvent required, including all mathematical formulas and computations. Results must be labeled and include appropriate units for mass.

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An aqueous solution is a solution where the solvent is water. Remember that a solution is made up of a solute dissolved in a solvent, so in this case HCl is the solute.

A conentration measured in %, can be either % by weight or % by volume. In this case, % by weight is a much simpler problem, and that is probably ...

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