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How much ml of H2So4 added to make 0.02M H2So4 solution to make volume 250ml?

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    You have to have the initial concentration of the sulfuric acid.

    Here is an example: Pretend it is concentrated H2SO4 (12M).

    you are diluting it 12/.02 or 60 times. So you need one part acid, 59 parts water.

    1 part acid is 250/60, or 4.1ml acid
    and the remainder is water. Always add acid to water.

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