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Changing Concentration


Concentration: Collision Theory


Dilutions


Dilutions Explained

$$\text{Volume of Acid} = \frac{percentage}{100} \times \text{total volume}$$


Task: Calculate the $HCl$ and $H_{2}O$ for each solution

$$\text{Volume of Acid} = \frac{percentage}{100} \times \text{total volume}$$

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml
80%75ml
75%50ml
50%50ml
30%50ml

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml$90ml$$10ml$
80%75ml
75%50ml
50%50ml
30%50ml

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml$90ml$$10ml$
80%75ml$60ml$$15ml$
75%50ml
50%50ml
30%50ml

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml$90ml$$10ml$
80%75ml$60ml$$15ml$
75%50ml$37.5ml$$12.5ml$
50%50ml
30%50ml

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml$90ml$$10ml$
80%75ml$60ml$$15ml$
75%50ml$37.5ml$$12.5ml$
50%50ml$25ml$$25ml$
30%50ml

ConcentrationVolume$ml$ of $HCl$$ml$ of $H_{2}O$
90%100ml$90ml$$10ml$
80%75ml$60ml$$15ml$
75%50ml$37.5ml$$12.5ml$
50%50ml$25ml$$25ml$
30%50ml$15ml$$35ml$

Diagrams

Drawing a diagram is a very good way to visually show the amount of water and acid/base in your dilutions. Perhaps this could go in your method!