Find the titer of a potassium carbonate solution if the salt content in 1 liter is 150 grams.

The titer of a solution is the content of a substance per unit volume, expressed in g / ml. In our case, this will be 0.15 g / ml.
M (K2CO3) = 138 g / mol. The molar concentration of salt is: 150: 138 = 1.09 m / l.

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