# Two solutions, A and B, are labeled "0.17 M CaCl2" and "0.40 M CaCl2", respectively. Both solutions contain the same number of moles of CaCl2. If solution A has a volume of 25 mL, what is the volume of solution B?

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Two solutions, A and B, are labeled "0.17 M CaCl2" and "0.40 M CaCl2", respectively. Both solutions contain the same number of moles of CaCl2. If solution A has a volume of 25 mL, what is the volume of solution B?

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Step 1

The molarity of a solution is defined as

Step 2

The molarities of solutions A and B are 0.17 M and 0.40 M respectively. The volume of solution A is 25 mL.

It is known that both solutions A and B contain the same number of moles of CaCl2.

Therefore,

Step 3

Solution B contains the same number of moles of CaCl2; therefore, the number of moles of CaCl2 in solution ...

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