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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.



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