# What mass of sugar exists in a #754.83*mL# volume of #12.38%(m/v)# of glucose?

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To calculate the mass of sugar, use the formula: mass = volume × concentration. Substitute the values: mass = 754.83 mL × 12.38 g/L. Convert the concentration to g/mL if necessary. Calculate the result.

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