# > ELsession.masteringchemistry.comMasteringChemistry ROSTER-2019-SPRI-PULLM-CHEM-101blackboard wsu Google SearchMasteringChemistry: HW 8KHW 8Applications for Dilution CalculationsK8 of8Dilution as a procedure in analysisWe sometimes purposely dilute solutions if the analyte concentrationswavelengths in the visible (and sometimes uitraviolet) range. Based on the dissolved solute's properties, we can quantify that solute's concentrationare too high to permit an accurate measurement. For example, a spectrophotometer can measure the amount oflight that passes through a sample solution forIf the solute's concentration is too high, a relatively small amount of incident lighthaving the wavelength that corresponds to the solute's absorption behavior willless light is absorbed, and the detector in the spectrophotometer can generate more reliable data.reach the detector, which results in an inaccurate measurement (consider the result if you blocked the light with anopaque disc). If the solution is diluted,When talking about small quanties, t is important to understand the relationship between common prefixes. Here are some relationships that may helip wherWhen talking about smmay help when working through Part C1 L = 1000mL = 1,000,000 μしOR0.001 L ㅡ | 1 mil = "11、1000 μしOR1 x 10-6 L = 0.001 mL =)sample solution was measured in a spectrophotometer, but the instrument returned an error because the absorbance was too high. The sample was then diluted by using a pipette to take 100.0Mμ1 of the sample and injecting it into a cuvette already containing 2.00 mL of water total volume is 2.00 mL + 100.0 L The absorbance value of the diluted solution corresponded to a concentration of 933x10the concentration of the original solution?Express the concentration to three significant figures with the appropriate units> View Available Hint(s)original concentration of Fe?ValueUnitsPrevious AnswersRequest AnswerSubmXIncorrect; Try AgainProvide Feedback< Return to Assignment P

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When a solution is diluted, the expression that relates the concentration and volume of the original and diluted solution:

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Thus, the concentration of the origina...

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