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Unformatted text preview: solution concentration, original solution concentration, and final volume to find the initial amount of the original solution you must use. Follow the amounts used in your dilution calculation to make the actual final solution with the new concentration. 3. Solution Concentration. Concentrations of solutions are very important in the real-world. For instance, vinegar contains a specific amount of acetic acid, and if too much acetic acid is added, the vinegar can be harmful to your body. This is the same for many skin products with skin treating chemicals, like salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide. 4. The Calibration Curve. Concentration and density seem to have a relationship of one to one. The relationship could be seen better if the graph had more points plotted on it. More points on the graph would make it more accurate and acceptable. 5. Concentration of the Unknown. The unknown solution of batch 561 is 26.1 0.3%....
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2009 for the course CH 116 taught by Professor March during the Spring '09 term at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
- Spring '09