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A chemist must dilute of M aqueous magnesium fluoride solution until the concentration falls to M . He'll do this by adding distilled water to the solution until it reaches a certain final volume.

Calculate this final volume, in liters

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    Jay, did you read your post after posting? You didn't include any numbers.
    You can solve this problem by using the dilution formula of
    c1v1 = c2v2
    c = concn
    v = volume

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    i figured out the problem after i read it again

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