# Dilution Calculations

Dilution calculations play a crucial role in various scientific and laboratory processes, serving as a fundamental technique to adjust the concentration of a solution. This mathematical procedure involves adding a solvent to a concentrated solution to achieve the desired dilution. Precision in dilution calculations is essential for accurate experimental outcomes in fields such as chemistry, biology, and medicine. Understanding the principles of dilution ensures the proper preparation of solutions, maintaining accuracy in scientific research, analytical procedures, and practical applications across diverse disciplines.

Questions

- How do you calculate dilution factor?
- For example, i am given a problem, how do ik if it' a diluton problem. I know that for dilution the concentration decreases and the volume increases?
- How does dilution affect concentration?
- A #75*mL# volume of #0.211*mol*L^-1# #NaOH# was diluted to #125*mL#. What is the new concentration?
- If 16.0 mL of water are added to 31.5 mL M #Ba(OH)_2(aq)#, what is the new solution molarity?
- How is the equivalent weight of As2S3 related to its molecular weight in the following reaction : As2S3 + H+ + NO3- ------> NO + H2O + AsO4 3- + SO4 2- ?'
- How do we describe the solution behaviour of #PbCl_2(aq)#?
- How can I calculate dilution concentration?
- What is the final concentration of a solution prepared by adding water to 50.0 mL of 1.5 M NaOH to make 1.00 L of solution?
- Should we add a base to water, or do the reverse?
- What volume of water should be added to 500 mL of a 1.0 mol/L #CuSO_4# (aq) solution to dilute it to 0.5 mol/L?
- How do you make a 1/50 dilution?
- A stock solution contains 5 g per 100 ml of sucrose. How many ml of this stock solution would you use to prepare 1 litre of sucrose solution at a concentration of 0.25 g per litre?
- What weight of potassium permanganate is required to produce 300mL of solution such that 5mL of this solution diluted to 250mL gives a 0.01% w/v solution?
- A patient is receiving a drug every eight hours (three times a day). If the patient weighs 7.2kg and the maximum safe dose is 0.06 mg/kg/day. What is the maximum safe dose for the patient to take?
- You dilute a 1 mL solution of a compound to 5 mL and find that the final concentration is 400 µg/mL. What was the original concentration?
- What volume of diluent must I add to 1 mL of a 4 mg/L solution of dexamethasone to get a concentration of 2.5 mg/L? Bonus: What volume of the diluted solution contains 0.35 mg of dexamethasone?
- What the #"millimolarities"# with respect to sodium and chloride ions, of a #9.00*g# mass of sodium chloride dissolved in a volume of #1*L# of solution...?
- 25 mL of a #"10% m/v"# #NH_4Cl# solution is diluted to 250 mL. What is the final concentration of the #NH_4Cl#?
- Calculate molarity of a 20% w/w aqueous solution of sulphuric acid?