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How much more concentrated is 1ml of 0.5mg/ml haemoglobin in 10% sucrose at an absorbance of 2.4, compared to a solution of 0.1ml of 0.5mg/ml haemoglobin in 10% sucrose and 0.9ml of 10% sucrose at an absorbance of 0.350

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