Precipitation from a supersaturated sodium acetate solution. The solution on the left was formed by dissolving 141 g of the salt in 100 mL of

Precipitation from a supersaturated sodium acetate solution. The solution on the left was formed by dissolving 141 g of the salt in 100 mL of water at 100 ∘C and the slowly cooling it to 20∘C.Because the solubility of sodium acetate in water at 20 ∘C is 46 gg per 100 mL of water, the solution is supersaturated. Addition of a sodium acetate crystal causes the excess solute to crystallize from solution. How many grams of sodium acetate are in solution in the third beaker? Express your answer as an integer. Transcribed Image Text: Amount of sodium acetate
dissolved is greater than its
solubility at this temperature.
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