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For part of my course I have to simulate a pool. In the pool there will be a 40ppm solution of cyanuric acid, a 1ppm solution of chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) and a buffer (i have no idea of the compound so its moot trying to figure it out)

I have been given a figure of 125g/L of availible chlorine. The question is how do i incorporate this into my concentration needed; but more importantly, is my volume of chlorine correct for the dilution?

(C1 and V2 are 1 mole and 1000mg/L respectively

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution[/]

C1V1=C2V2

1ppm of sodium hypochlorite in moles is .001/74.442 =1.34 x 10^-5 approx

thus V1= 1.34 x 10^-5 x 1000

thus V1 = 0.0134mL

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# Homework Help: Simulating a pool system - concentrations help

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