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    Making dilute solutions from given concentration

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    1. If you wanted 10mL of a 1mM nitrophenol solution and you have on hand a 50mM nitrophenol solution, how would you make it?

    2. If you wanted 100mL of a 0.1M acetic acid solution, how much 17.4M acetic acid and how much water do you need to add to make the 100mL of 0.1M acetic acid?

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    1. If you wanted 10mL of a 1mM nitrophenol solution and you have on hand a 50mM nitrophenol solution, how would you make it?

    Solution:

    Moles of 10mL of 1mM nitrophenol = concentration x volume ...

    Solution Summary

    Solution explains stepwise how to make dilutions from the given solution for various concnetrations.

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