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Old Aug 6th 2017, 06:02 PM   #1
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Osmolarity citric acid and K2HPO4

How do you work out the osmolarity of a citric acid solution and a k2hpo4 solution? I know you should multiply the molarity by the number of species eg. NaCl = 2 species but I don't know the number of species for citric acid and k2hpo4. Thanks!
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