What mass of salt must be removed each day, chemistry homework help

Jun 24th, 2016
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A chemical process required 75 gallons of pure water each day. The available water contained 11 parts per million by mass of salt (for every 1,000,000 parts by mass of impure water, 11 parts are salt). What mass of salt must be removed each day? How much salt is removed in a years time? A gallon of water weighs 3.78 kg.

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75 gallons and 3.78 kg each gallon means that it is 75*3.78 = 283.5 kg of pure water. Denote the mass of salt in kilograms as x, then the mass of imp...

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