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Talal
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calculating the concentration

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Hello guys
I have 0.008 mol from substance A and 0.016 mol from substance B both dissolve in 40 ml of water. I need the concentration of each substance. Thanks in advance
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c = n/V concentration = moles divided by volume
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you mean like for substance A:
c=0.008/0.04 = 0.2 M , and for substance B:
c=0.016/0.04= 0.4 M ???
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Correct
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Thanks :)
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