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Asked Sep 4, 2019
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Suppose that a chemist is mixing two acid​ solutions, one of
30​% concentration and the other of 40​% concentration. Which of the following concentrations could not be​obtained?
 
32​%,
34​%,
38​%,
43​%
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Expert Answer

Step 1

The two acid solutions are given, one is of 30% concentration and the other is of 40% concentration.

Step 2

From options, it is seen that three concentrations lie within the range 30% to 40%, and one concentration is more than 40%.

Step 3

It is known that when two solutions of different concentrations are mixed, the ne...

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