The density of a solution of sucrose is 1.3855 g/cc, and it is 76.00 percent by mass. What volume of the solution (in milliliters) do you need to supply 46.0 g of sucrose?
Here's how I solved this:
0.76 x 1.3855 = 1.05298
46.0g / 1.05298 g = 43.68mL
Is this the correct approach to this problem? Thanks for reading.