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Calculate the final concentration of a solution prepared by diluting 1.50 mL of a 20.00 mg/L solution of Fe 2+ ions to a final volume of 10.00 mL.

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Calculate the final concentration of a solution prepared by diluting 1.50 mL of a 20.00 mg/L solution of Fe 2+ ions to a final volume of 10.00 mL.

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Step 1

The values are given as follows:

Initial volume(V = 1.50 mL
Initial concentration (C)= 20.00 mg/L
Final volume(V) = 10.00 mL
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Initial volume(V = 1.50 mL Initial concentration (C)= 20.00 mg/L Final volume(V) = 10.00 mL

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Step 2

The gram equivalent weight of a solute per liter of solution is considered as normality of the solution.

Step 3

The dilution equation can be represented in order to calc...

CAV CV
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C, Initial concentration
V initial volume
C final concentration
V final volume
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CAV CV Here C, Initial concentration V initial volume C final concentration V final volume

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