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    Prepare 100 mL of 5mM Ascorbic Acid with 35mM Solution

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    Please help solve the following dilutions problems with step by step calculations.

    1) Prepare 100 mL of 5mM ascorbic acid with 35mM ascorbic acid solution 2) Calculate the final concentration when the 5mM is diluted to 1:500

    If you wanted to make 100 mL of a 5mM ascorbic acid solution and you have on hand a 35mM ascorbic acid solution, how would you make it?

    If you dilution your 5mM solution to 1:500, what would the final concentration be in micromolar?

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    Dilution problems

    If you wanted to make 100 mL of a 5mM ascorbic acid solution and you have on hand a 35mM ascorbic acid solution, how would you make it?

    If you dilution your 5mM solution to 1:500, what would the final concentration be in micromolar?

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    To make 100 mL of a 5 mM ascorbic acid ...

    Solution Summary

    In this 2 part exercise, students are asked to calculate the amount of 35mM ascorbic acid solution needed to prepare 100mL of 5mM ascorbic acid solution. In the 2nd of the question, students are asked to calculate the final concentration of the ascorbic acid solution when a 1:500 dilution is made.

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