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What are the units for concentration?

g/dm3 or mol/dm3

2

What are the units for volume?

dm3 or cm3

3

How many cm3 in 1 dm3?

1000cm3= 1dm3

4

What are the particles like in a very concentrated solution?

There are more solute particles in a given volume and they are more crowded

5

What is the equation for concentration?

Concentration = Moles ÷ Volume

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How would you work out how much water needs to be added to dilute 200cm3 of a 3mol/dm3 solution to get 200cm3 of a 1.5mol/dm3 solution?

1)Work out ratio of the 2 concentrations (smaller one first)
1.5 : 3
1 : 2
2) Write ratio as a fraction and multiply by volume you want
½ x 200 = 100cm3 (how much of the original solution you need to use)
3) Work out the volume of water you will need
200-100= 100cm3

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why is cordial diluted?

so the taste isn't too strong

8

why are medicines diluted?

to avoid giving overdoses

9

why does baby milk have to be the right concentration?

so the baby isn't harmed

10

What is GDA?

guideline daily amount

11

1 Naan Bread
Sugar - 5.4g (6%)
What does this tell you about GDA?

1 Naan Bread contains 6% of your daily sugar intake

12

How do you convert sodium to salt?

x (58.5 ÷ 23)

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How do you convert salt to sodium?

x (23 ÷ 58.5)

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Why is the salt/sodium conversion inaccurate?

The sodium present in the food can come from compounds other than sodium chloride