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2.79 m 3 M NaCl solution meants that 3 moles of NaCl are present in 1 L of the solution.

Mass of 1 L, i.e., 1000mL of the solution

= = Mass of 3 moles of solute (NaCl)  = 1074.5  g = 1.0745 kg = 2.79 mol kg–1 = 2.79 m

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