7 November, 15:31
A 6.0M solution HCl is diluted to 1.0M How many milliliters of the 6.0M solution would be used to prepare 100. o mL of the diluted 1.0M solution?
7 November, 15:43
The answer to your question is Volume 1 = 16.7 ml
[HCl] 1 = 6.0 M
Volume 1 = ?
[HCl] 2 = 1.0 M
Volume 2 = 100 ml
To solve this problem use the dilution formula
[HCl] 1 x Volume 1 = [HCl] 2 x Volume 2
-Solve for Volume 1
Volume 1 = [HCl] 2 x Volume 2 / [HCl] 1
Volume 1 = 1 x 100 / 6
Volume 1 = 100/6
Volume 1 = 16.7 ml
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