# AP Chemistry

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what si the procedure to make a 0.10m solution of Potassium Hydroxide during a class lab?

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How much do you want to make? about 1L?
m = moles/kg solvent.
m = 0.1 mol KOH/1000 g H2O
grams KOH = 0.1 mol x molar mass KOH = ??

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We were told we had to use the equation (M1)(V1)=(M2)(V2).
i don't know if that helps.

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