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2.00 L of 0.800 M NaNO3 must be prepareds from a solution which 1.50 M in concentration. How many mL of the 1.50 M are required ?
I am not sure weather " 2.00 L " is my V1 or V2 .

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    yor v2 cuz it must be prepared from 1.50

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