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3 April, 19:02

Solution A has twice as much solute as solution B is it possible for the solutions to have the same concentration

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  1. 3 April, 20:37
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    Yes. As long as the ratio of solute and solvent is same for both solution, the solution has the same concentration. for example, solution A has 2 ml of water, and 1 ml of sucrose. Solution B has 4ml of water and 2ml of sucrose. Both has a ratio of water to sucrose by 2 : 1. they have the same concentration of 50% sucrose.
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