# Chemistry AlevelWatch

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Help! How do I do questions like this!??
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4 weeks ago
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The way I was taught is to use this equation (as I'm no good at getting my head around volumes/concs etc!):

C1 x V1 = C2 x V2

Where C1 = concentration of first solution
V1 = volume of first solution
C2 = concentration of second solution
V2 = volume of second solution

You can then rearrange this to work out the conc/vol of either solution (provided you have three out of the four pieces of info needed!).
Does that help at all?!
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#3
(Original post by AliceV_647)
The way I was taught is to use this equation (as I'm no good at getting my head around volumes/concs etc!):

C1 x V1 = C2 x V2

Where C1 = concentration of first solution
V1 = volume of first solution
C2 = concentration of second solution
V2 = volume of second solution

You can then rearrange this to work out the conc/vol of either solution (provided you have three out of the four pieces of info needed!).
Does that help at all?!
Never been taught like this...
I’ll give it a go though thanks!
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4 weeks ago
#4
(Original post by Fzia-03)
Never been taught like this...
I’ll give it a go though thanks!
Np - I hope it helps!
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