# 78.7 mL sample of a 4.81 M sucrose solution is diluted to 120.0 mL. (a) What is the molarity of...

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{eq}78.7 \ mL {/eq} sample of a {eq}4.81 \ M {/eq} sucrose solution is diluted to {eq}120.0 \ mL {/eq}.

(a) What is the molarity of the diluted solution?

## Diluting Solutions:

We can dilute solutions through the addition of a certain volume of solvent to a concentrated solution. The concentration, {eq}\displaystyle M {/eq}, and the volume, {eq}\displaystyle V {/eq} of the concentrated and diluted solutions are related through the equation, {eq}\displaystyle M_1V_1 = M_2V_2 {/eq}.

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View this answerDetermine the molarity of the diluted solution, {eq}\displaystyle M_2 {/eq}, with a volume of {eq}\displaystyle V_2 = 120.0\ mL {/eq}, wherein it...

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