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what is the procedure and materials needed to make a 0.10m solution of Potassium Hydroxide?

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  1. 0.1 m = 0.1mol/kg solvent
    So you need 0.1 mol KOH (1 mol = molar mass in grams) and 1000 g solvent (H2O).

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