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    Hi! I'm doing a practical and as part of it I need to calculate concentrations of solutions.
    Basically in a test tube, to 0.1ml BSA solution of concentration 10mg/ml
    I add 0.9ml water. What is the new concentration of BSA in mg/ml?
    I get all confused with the conversion between ml of BSA to mg of BSA.

    Would be really grateful if anyone can help me out. Thank you!
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    You're increased the volume by 10x, so the conc must be 1/10th what it started.
 
 
 
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