# Form a 10.0 M NaOH solution, needed to make 250 mL of 0.375 M solution. How many mL of NaOH will...

## Question:

Form a {eq}\displaystyle \rm 10.0 \ M \ NaOH {/eq} solution, needed to make {eq}\displaystyle \rm 250 \ mL {/eq} of {eq}\displaystyle \rm 0.375 \ M {/eq} solution. How many {eq}\displaystyle \rm mL {/eq} of {eq}\displaystyle \rm NaOH {/eq} will be required?

## Making of a Dilute Solution:

A dilute solution is made by adding more solvents to an existing solution. The amount of solute remains constant, but the volume of the solution is increased with the addition of solvent that results in a decrease in concentration.

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View this answerAccording to the dilution law:

{eq}\rm C_1V_1=C_2V_2 {/eq}

- {eq}\rm C_1\;and\;C_2 {/eq} are the concentrations of stock and dilute solutions,...

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Chapter 8 / Lesson 5Want to know how to calculate dilution factor? See dilution equations, the dilution formula, and learn how to dilute acid and how to dilute a solution.