# Math

A solution contains 2meq/ml of KCL (molecular weight 74.5). If a 20ml ampule of this solution is diluted to 1 liter, what is the percent strength of the resulting solution?

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1. the volume has increased by a factor of 50, so
the concentration has been reduced to 1/50 of what it was...

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