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C1V1 = C2V2

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I got it now. You may use this then:

[tex]\frac {C_1V_1+C_2V_2}{V_1+V_2}[/tex]

This will give the final concentration after two solutions are mixed. But please remember that the final concentration will be less than each of the two, as two solutions are mixed; so a dilution approach would not be incorrect, unless one of the participants is solvent-free.

[tex]\frac {C_1V_1+C_2V_2}{V_1+V_2}[/tex]

This will give the final concentration after two solutions are mixed. But please remember that the final concentration will be less than each of the two, as two solutions are mixed; so a dilution approach would not be incorrect, unless one of the participants is solvent-free.

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