What is the final molarity if 66.419 mL of water is added to 33.581 mL of a 0.154 M NaCl solution?

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What is the final molarity if 66.419 mL of water is added to 33.581 mL of a 0.154 M NaCl solution?

Molarity:

  • It is a unit to measure the concentration of a solute in the given amount of volume.
  • It decreases with an increase in volume.
  • It is denoted as 'M'.

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Given:

Initial volume = 33.581 mL = 0.03581 L

Volume added = 66.419 mL = 0.066419 L

Initial Molarity = 0.154 M

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