|Jul28-12, 07:47 PM||#1|
final concentrations unknown volume
I have a known volume of water with a known concentration of calcium.
I want to bring that volume up to a new (slightly) higher volume with a new (slightly) higher concentration. To do this I am adding a solution with a known concentration of Ca but cannot remember how to calculate the volume (of the second solution) I need to get to the final concentration. I cannot adjust the concentration of the second substance, I can only adjust the volume.
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|Jul31-12, 09:07 AM||#2|
Use the equation: C1V1 = C2V2
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