# What is the molarity of .50 g of #Na# dissolved in a 1.5 L solution?

In aqueous solution, approx.

It should be noted that I could have dissolved the sodium in mercury metal—in fact, synthetic laboratories frequently do this—but that would have resulted in a fairly heavy solution.

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The molarity of the solution is approximately 1.1 M.

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