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What volume of a 3.0 M NaCl solution is required to prepare 50 mL of a 0.15 M NaCl solution?

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What volume of a 3.0 M NaCl solution is required to prepare 50 mL of a 0.15 M NaCl solution?

Molarity and Normality:

The concentration terms, molarity and normality have the unit of mol/L and eq/L respectively. The first one gives importance to the number of moles and the latter one to the gram equivalent of a specific solute. The physical properties can affect the molarity but normality depends on chemical properties.


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Given data:

  • The molarity of NaCl stock solution{eq}\rm\left( {{M_1}} \right) = 3.0\;M {/eq}.
  • The molarity of NaCl dilute solution{eq}\rm \left(...

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