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The ChemCollective >> Stoichiometry Tutorials>> Dilution

Stoichiometry Tutorials: Part 9 - Making a Standard Solution from Another Solution: Dilution (from a complete OLI stoichiometry course)

When you work in a laboratory, chances are you are starting off with a concentrated stock solution. Being able to create solutions of varying concentration from this is a useful skill. Solutions with known concentrations are often called "standard solutions." You can learn about the concept of dilution and how to use dilution to make a standard solution from a stockroom solution in the following video.


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