Dear

**Boostar**;

**Please!! Don’t make the Corrections of your Calculations in the Original Posting!** It is very hard to see what you have really changed in the meantime!

**To 1. )** Now the Result is correct!

Your first calculation:

2.47 / 246 = 10.04065 mmoles is already the content in 5 mL!

But now you have to multiply it with the Number of Ions (= 2)!

**To 2.17)**Calculate the **millimoles/L** of chloride ions in the lavage solution?

Unit still wrong! Sig. Digits ok.

**To 3. )** No changes detect. Unit still missing. (Now take care for Sig. Digits.)

**To 4.10)** Now the Result is correct! But you can do it easier, as in your line 2!

5% w/v of 200 mL = 10.00 g.

And 10.00 g / 180 g/m = 55.5 mmoles (per 200 mL). That’s all!

**To 5.02)** a.) How many Ions will be generated from NaCl? (And how many mMoles?)

b.) How many Ions will be generated from MgCl

_{2}? (And how many mMoles?)

**To 6.12)** a.) How many Ions will be generated from NaCl? (And how many mMoles?)

b.) How many Ions will be generated from KCl? (And how many mMoles?)

c.) How many Ions will be generated from Na

**H**CO

_{3}? (And how many mMoles?)

d.) How many Ions will be generated from Na

_{2}SO

_{4}? (And how many mMoles?)

e.) How many Particles are generated from PEG? (And how many mMoles?)

f.) And that makes in total?

I hope to have been of help to you.

Good Luck!

ARGOS

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