this question is from edexcel chemistry unit 4 june ial 2017 Q-19 part b (i)

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how can this be since concentration and volume are usually inversely proportional to each other
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how can this be since concentration and volume are usually inversely proportional to each other
what do you mean they're inversely proportional? what exactly isnt making sense?
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how can this be since concentration and volume are usually inversely proportional to each other
If you increase the volume of KI(aq) added to the mixture, you are always increasing the moles, but by decreasing the volume of water at the same time (keeping the total volume the same) you are increasing the concentration of KI in the mixture.
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