Problem: You make 1 L of an aqueous solution that contains 35 g sucrose How many liters of water would you have to add to this solution to reduce the molarity to 0.194  by a factor of two?

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The desired molarity is:

0.194 2=0.097 M

Calculating the L of water

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You make 1 L of an aqueous solution that contains 35 g sucrose 

How many liters of water would you have to add to this solution to reduce the molarity to 0.194  by a factor of two?

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