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Chemistry Math Problem
I am not quite sure how to use specific gravity in the following problem:
I have Vitamin D3 that has 1,250,000IU/g with a specific gravity (SG) of 0.95. I want to make a final solution of 50,000IU/mL. How many mL of the final solution will I have if I start with 150mL of Vitamin D3?
Potential Answer 1:
D=M/V
Density = Specific Gravity
SG=M/V
[size=medium]V= M/
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Williamn
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chemistry math
The equilibrium constant kp1 and kp2 for reaction x=2y and z=p+q respectively are in ratio of 1:9. If degree of dissociation of X and z equal then what will be total pressure at these two equilibrium? '
Please help me out
Ans : given X=(its equilibrium sign) 2y
Z=(its equilibrium sign) p+q please help to solve this