# How many mL of a 5% KCl solution can be made from 40 mL of a 10% KCl solution?

## Question:

How many mL of a 5% KCl solution can be made from 40 mL of a 10% KCl solution?

## Molarity:

A physical quantity explains that the availability of mole of the substance in one liter of the volume is known as molarity. A measurable SI unit for molarity is defined by mole per liter.

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**Given Data:**

- The volume of {eq}{{C}_{m}}=10\% {/eq} of {eq}KCl {/eq} solution is: {eq}{V_m}=40\;{\rm{mL}} {/eq}.

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