Write a step-by-step prodcedure how how to create 100.0 mL of a 0.024 M solution of potassium iodate from a 0.048 M solution of potassium iodate (pretend you are creating this procedure for someone unfamiliar to chemistry and making solutions; be specific in your procedure and show your calculations)

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Write a step-by-step prodcedure how how to create 100.0 mL of a 0.024 M solution of potassium iodate from a 0.048 M solution of potassium iodate (pretend you are creating this procedure for someone unfamiliar to chemistry and making solutions; be specific in your procedure and show your calculations)

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In Analytical chemistry, quantitative analysis is used to determine the absolute quantity of a substance present in the sample solution. It is also refers to analyses in which substances are identified basis on their chemical or physical properties, such as chemical reactivity, solubility, molecular weight, melting point, radioactive properties (i.e., emission, absorption), mass spectra, nuclear half-life.

Step 2

Given :

To 100.0 mL of a 0.024 M solution of potassium iodate from 0.048 M solution of potassium iodate.

To calculate the mass of potassium iodate present in 0.048 M solution of potassium iodate :

 

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Step 3

Therefore 10.272 g/L = 0.048 M.

0.048M potassium iodate solution is prepared by dissolv...

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