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How do I dilute to make a stock solution, chem lab final?

So my chem lab final is coming up, and this is what the email said it entails: The practical will test your ability to make a stock solution of a specified concentration from a solid and then make a dilution of specified concentration from the stock solution. Can someone please explain what this means in less general terms, and perhaps do an example or give a useful link? Maybe you've even done this before! I'm worried about this and I really need an A, so anything to help me better understand this would be great! Thanks!

Asked By: collarfull - 3/2/2011
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A stock solution is a fairly concentrated solution from which, by dilution, you can easily make solutions of different concentrations... More
Answered By: Mr V - 3/2/2011
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