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If you have a 8M solution of H2SO4 how do you produce 105 ml of .25 M solution?

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  1. mL x M = mL x M
    105 mL x 0.25 M = ??mL x 8 M.
    So you take ??mL of the 8 M and make it to a total volume of 105. The resulting solution will be 0.25 M.

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