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Which of the following formulae is/are correct?


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Mass Percent = Mass of SoluteMass of Solute+Mass of Solvent×100

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Mass Percent =Mass of SoluteMass of Solvent×100

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C

Volume Percent = Volume of SoluteVolume of Solute+Volume of Solvent×100

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Volume Percent = Volume of SoluteVolume of Solvent×100

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Solution

The correct option is C

Volume Percent = Volume of SoluteVolume of Solute+Volume of Solvent×100


Both are different methods to express concentration of solutions.

Mass Percent = Mass of SoluteMass of Solution×100

Volume Percent = Volume of SoluteVolume of Solution×100

Notice, Mass or Volume of solution = mass or volume of solute + mass or volume of solution


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