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# Symbolic algebra

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# Calculations data - enter values, that you know here#

Percentage concentration (Cp) | => | |

Solubility (ms) (mass of substance in saturated soultion) | <= |

# Units normalization#

Solubility (ms) | Show source$10\ \left[g\right]$ |

# Result: Percentage concentration (Cp)#

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Used formula | Show source$Cp=\frac{\mathrm{ms}}{\mathrm{ms}+100} \cdot 100$ | |||||||||||||||||||||

Result | Show source$\frac{100}{11}$ | |||||||||||||||||||||

Numerical result | Show source$9.090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909091\ \left[\mathrlap{\it{/}}{^0}_{\,0}\right]$ | |||||||||||||||||||||

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Show source$9.090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909090909091\ \left[\mathrlap{\it{/}}{^0}_{\,0}\right]$ |

# Some facts#

**Saturated solution**contains**maximum**dissolvable**amount of substance**.- Attempting to introduce more substance into the solution will end with the remaining
**undissolved**substance (sludge). - The maximum amount of substance that can be dissolved is
**solubility**. The solubility is often given in**grams per 100 grams of solvent**. - Solubility is
**substance specific**. In addition, it depends on the**kind of solvent**and**external conditions**(temperature, pressure). - If we have the solubility of the substance (in grams per 100 grams of solvent), we can calculate the
**percentage concentration of saturated solution**:

$C_p = \dfrac{m_s}{m_s + 100} \times 100$where:

**$C_p$**- percentage concentration of saturated solution (%),

**$m_s$**- solubility of substance (grams per 100 grams of solvent).

- To calculate the
**molar concentration of saturated solution**we additionally need to know the**volume of the solution**and the**molar mass**of the substance:

$C_m = \dfrac{m_s}{M \times V}$where:

**$C_m$**- molar concentration of saturated solution ($g/dm^3$),

**$m_s$**- solubility of substance (grams per 100 grams of solvent),

**$M$**- molar mass of substance ($g/mol$),

**$V$**- volume of saturated solution ($dm^3$).

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# Links to external sites (leaving Calculla?)#

- chem.libretexts.org: saturated solutions and solubility
- youtube.com: saturated, unsaturated, & supersaturated solutions - concentration vs solubility
- sciencing.com: how to convert from moles per liter to percentage
- rechneronline.de: alternative saturated solution concentration
- portal.ddsb.ca: concentration and solubility