# In the laboratory, you dilute 2.51 mL of a concentrated 12.0 M hydrobromic acid solution to a...

## Question:

In the laboratory, you dilute {eq}\rm 2.51\ mL {/eq} of a concentrated {eq}\rm 12.0\ M {/eq} hydrobromic acid solution to a total volume of {eq}\rm 75.0\ mL {/eq}. What is the concentration of the dilute solution?

## Dilution:

Acids are used extensively in many chemical and biochemical experiments. They are usually available as concentrated solutions with very high molar concentrations. In order to prepare a solution of an appropriate lower solution, these concentrated acids can be diluted using the appropriate solvent.