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 Percentage of Acid 2009-07-17 From Leeanne:here is my question: a chemist has 200 liters of solution that is 5% acid. how many liters of water (0% acid) must he add to make a solution that is 4% acid?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Mixing solutions 2002-09-13 From Margaret:In a chemistry laboratory the concentration of one solution is 10% hydrocholoric acid (HCl) and that of a second soulution is 60% HCl. How many mL of each should be mixed to obtain 50 mL of a 30% HCl solution??Answered by Penny Nom. A chemist had 8 flasks 2000-12-10 From Jimmy:A chemist had 8 flasks capable of holding 12, 15, 27, 35, 37, 40, 53 and 69 fluid ounces respectively. He filled some with water and then filled all the rest except one with alcohol. He used exactly one and a half times as much alcohol as water. Which flask was left empty and which were left with water and which with alcohol? Answered by Claude Tardif.

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