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Quantitative Methods: Part 1. Solutions and Dilutions

Quantitative Methods: Part 1. Solutions and Dilutions

David Caprette, PhD, discusses the types and properties of mixtures prepared and/or encountered in a biological laboratory. He also introduces basic lab equipment, terms and concepts related to formulas, and the concept of the mole.

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Author(s): David R. Caprette, PhD
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Quantitative Methods: Solutions and Dilutions

Weight/Weight (W/W) Solutions

Weight-in-Volume (W/V) Solutions

Example: Prepare 2 Liters 0.85% Sodium Chloride

Volume/volume (V/V) Solutions

Molarity

Prepare a Solution in Moles/Liter

Working with Formula Weights

Complications with Formula Weights

Example: Prepare 200 ml of 70 mM Sucrose

Molality and Normality

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