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Hey guys i am really stuggling to do the maths behind this question I am really confused X(
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Hey guys i am really stuggling to do the maths behind this question I am really confused X(
There is no "maths".

You just need to use the ratio of one component to the other to get the most intense colour. This is the same ratio of the metal ion to the ligand.
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There is no "maths".

You just need to use the ratio of one component to the other to get the most intense colour. This is the same ratio of the metal ion to the ligand.
thankyou for replying what is meant by the ratio of one component, the metal ion or the complex ? So far I understand the metal ion reacts with the ligand in a 1 to 2 ration but I am not sure how to relate this to volume and the conc they provide in the question
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