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concentration of a stock solution with 1.98 g and 50ml

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Concentration (in g/mL) = mass (in g) / volume (in mL)
Given:
Mass of solute (1.98 g)
Volume of solution (50 mL)
Concentration = 1.98 g / 50 mL
Now, let's calculate the concentration:
Concentration = 1.98 g / 50 mL
Concentration = 0.0396 g/mL
So, the concentration of the stock solution is 0.0396 g/mL

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