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Assuming the volume of water in a typical frog is 100 mL, calculate how many grams of NaCl (formula weight 58.44) the frog must take up to make its tissues isotonic with seawater.

Osmolarity of frog tissues = 235 mosmol / L

Osmolarity of seawater = 1120 mosmol / L

Answer = 2.6 g

Assuming the volume of water in a typical frog is 100 mL, calculate how many grams of NaCl (formula weight 58.44) the frog must take up to make its tissues isotonic with seawater.

Osmolarity of frog tissues = 235 mosmol / L

Osmolarity of seawater = 1120 mosmol / L

Answer = 2.6 g

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