Dilution formula

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Dilution is a way to a solution more diluted in labarotory. With correct calculation, we can easily get the desired concentration of a solution. There are several ways to dilute the solution. For example, serial dilution. The formula of the dilution is shown as below[1]:

C1V1 = C2V2 , where c represent concentration, v represent volume.

C1 = the initial concentration of the solution 

V1 = the initial volume of the solution 

C2 = the final concentration of the solution 

V2 = the final volume of the solution 

References

  1. Quansys Bioscience. (n.d.). Retrieved December 04, 2017, from http://www.quansysbio.com/dilutions/
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