Describe how you could make 40 mL of a 3% (m/v) {eq}CuSO_4 {/eq} solution.


Describe how you could make 40 mL of a 3% (m/v) {eq}CuSO_4 {/eq} solution.

Preparation of Solutions:

The calculation needed for the preparation of solutions requires a series of unit conversions to allow the given value to express to the desired units. As an example, if given a solution with a concentration in molarity, the volume will be multiplied first on the concentration to cancel the unit L followed by the multiplication by the molar mass to convert moles to mass.

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  • The concentration percent mass per volume can be expressed as the mass of the solution in grams per 100 mL of the solution.

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Concentration of Solutions: Definition & Levels


Chapter 13 / Lesson 2

Learn the dilute and concentrated solution definition. Compare and contrast dilute vs concentrated solution examples and see how a solution changes physically and chemically as it goes from dilute to concentrate.

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