# What is the molality of a solution the has 3 mol of glucose on 6 kg of water?

What is the molality of a solution the has 3 mol of glucose on 6 kg of water?

Molality (m) is moles of solute per kg of solvent. 3 moles/6 kg= 0.5 molal.

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