Vinegar, which is just a dilute acetic acid solution, is very common and versatile. The concentration of store-bought vinegar is 5.0 % solution by mass, and its density is approximately 1.01 g/mL.
(a) Determine the molarity of acetic acid in vinegar.
(b) If I use 2 cups (473.2 mL) of vinegar from part (a) to help create a cleaning solution for my windows, how many molecules of acetic acid is this?
(c) How many atoms of carbon are in 2 cups of this new vinegar you made in part (a)?
All work must be shown, labeled, and explained in detail to receive credit. Note that superscripts (X2) can be written as X^2 and subscripts (X2) can be written as X_2 if it saves you time. Be careful to account for significant figures in your final answers.