Problem: If you take 10.0 mL of concentrated NH 3 which has a molarity of 14.8 M and dilute it to 0.500 L, what will be the concentration of the final diluted solution? a) 1.48 M b) 1.00 M c) 0.148 M d) 0.296 M e) 14.8 M

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If you take 10.0 mL of concentrated NH 3 which has a molarity of 14.8 M and dilute it to 0.500 L, what will be the concentration of the final diluted solution?

a) 1.48 M

b) 1.00 M

c) 0.148 M

d) 0.296 M

e) 14.8 M

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