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The osmotic pressure exerted by a solution is equal to the molarity multiplied by the absolute temperature and the gas constant R. Suppose the osmotic pressure of a certain solution is measured to be 17. atm at an absolute temperature of 380. K. Write an equation that will let you calculate the molarity c of this solution. Your equation should contain only symbols. Be sure you define each symbol other than R Your equation: Definitions of your symbols: 17. atm 380. K

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