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A student placed 17.0 g of glucose (C6H1206) in a volumetric flask, added enough water to dissolve the glucose by swirling, then carefully added additional water until the 100.-ml mark on the neck of the flask was reached. The flask was then shaken until the solution was uniform. A 50.0-L sample of this glucose solution was diluted to 0.500L . How many grams of glucose are in 100.ml of the final solution?

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  1. You have made a typo; it doesn't make sense as is. I think you intended 50.0-L sample to be a 50.0mL sample was diluted to 0.500 L.

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  3. 25.0ml

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