0.1 litre contains 1.85mmol = 1.85 x 180 = 330mg
So 18.5mmol/litre = 330mg/dl
So, 18.5millimoles = 0.0185 moles.
Therefore, in grams, this is 0.0185 x 180 (molar mass of glucose) = 3.30g.
This is 3300mg
18.5mmol/l = 3300mg/l.
There are 10dl in 1l, so 3300mg/l = 330mg/dl
why B is not the correct answer. it is D according to the marking scheme.
Sulfur ion has a larger ionic radius since it has one more shell than sodium ion.