# Answer to Question #22088 in Inorganic Chemistry for khadijah

Question #22088

A 100 mL sample of a 6.0 mol/L solution of H2SO4 is diluted to a final volume of 500 mL. What is the concentration of the diluted solution?

Expert's answer

For answering this question you need to calculate amount of mol in final mixture.

6.0 mol in& 1 L

x mol in& 0.1L

x = 0.6 mol

So you have 0,6 mol in 500 mL

New concentration is

0,6 mol in 0.5L

x in 1 L

C = 1.2 M

6.0 mol in& 1 L

x mol in& 0.1L

x = 0.6 mol

So you have 0,6 mol in 500 mL

New concentration is

0,6 mol in 0.5L

x in 1 L

C = 1.2 M

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