Please, if possible, check if my method of dilution is correct Problem: Given a very concentrated liquid PBS, dilute it to 1:15,000 My approach is to use serial dilution First: dilute it 15x (50ul of PBS + 750ul of water)... this
You have a stock solution that is 350g/L . You perform a 9-fold serial dilution four times. What concentrations will you have in each of your diluted tubes in g/L? (Separate your answers with a comma.)
A laboratory technician is required to prepare a quarter normal saline solution (0.22% w/v) from the stock normal saline solution. 1. What is the dilution factor required? I have 4-fold dilution - is that correct? 2. Ise this
1) If I add 10 grams of salt into 0.1 L of water, what is the molarity of the solution? 2) Serial dilution is a common technique to make low concentration solutions. Each Serial Dilution involves taking half the solution and
I am not sure how to start this. You are given a 200% solution of a compound. You must dilute and construct a calibration curve to interpret concentration of compound in unknown samples. Show the steps needed to perform a two-fold
1. 1 ml serum added to 5 ml saline. 1:2 dilution is made. What is the dilution of serum in tube 6? So the serum + saline would make a 1:6 dilution. Multiply that by serial dilution of 1:2 which would give: (1/6) x (1/2) x (1/2) x
How would you make a serial dilution if you have a starting value 100mM of X The are the values of X show different dilutions. I think she wants to know starting from 100mM of X how you would get the X values through a serial
How would you prepare 750 ml of a 10 fold dilution of a 17 M solution of acetic acid? How would you prepare 200 ml of a 20 fold dilution of a 17 M solution of acetic acid? please explain and show me the calculations.