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You have a 2.00 M solution of sucrose and need to use it to make 1.0 L of a 0.500 M solution of sucrose. You will take _____ mL of that 2.00 M solution and add enough water to make 1.00 L of the new solution.

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Step 1

Given conditions are

Original Molarity of the sucrose solution= 2.0M

New molarity of the sucrose solution = 0.5M

Volume of the new solution = 1.0L

Step 2

The original volum...

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M.V,-м,V, 2.0M V0.5M 1.0L 0.5M 1.0L 2.0M 0.25L

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