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If you are given a 2.0 M solution of sucrose, describe in detail how you would make the following solutions (include specific glassware):

a. 500 ml of 1.2M sucrose
b. 300 ml of 0.55M sucrose

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    Remember the definition of molarity.
    molarity = # mols/L of solution.
    To find mols of solid, mols = g/molar mass.

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    Am I supposed to split the 2.0 M solution in a way that I can make both a and b?

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    Nevermind, I know how to do it...I forgot that you have to dilute certain concentrations of solutions to get what you want, and it was basically just asking for that. Thanks for the help.

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    so what are you looking for...grams?

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