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Topic: How to find the volumes needed to mix two solutions from molarity and density?  (Read 1423 times)

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Offline Knighteres

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How can i find the volume proportions of a final solution of NaOH of 10L and 0.55 [M] made by mixing a determined volume of two solutions (sol1 and sol2, both of NaOH(ac)) if i only know the molarity of sol1 (0.5 M), the density of sol1 (20 g/L) and the molarity of sol2 (0.65 M)??

Please help, im not asking you to do it (unless you got the time) but maybe just guide me here?

Offline chenbeier

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Do you know the  cross rule (Mischungskreuz)? But its also possible to develop mathematic equations.

http://www.chembuddy.com/?left=concentration&right=dilution-mixing

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