# Problem: 2.489 g of cesium oxalate are dissolved in enough water to give 265.0 mL of a solution whose density is 1.0528 g/mL. What is the percent by mass concentration of the solution? (molar mass cesium oxalate = 353.83 g/mole)

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2.489 g of cesium oxalate are dissolved in enough water to give 265.0 mL of a solution whose density is 1.0528 g/mL. What is the percent by mass concentration of the solution? (molar mass cesium oxalate = 353.83 g/mole)

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