e. Practical Exercises.

Work the following problems and check your answers

with the correct answers found in d (page 2-34).

(1) (a) How many milliliters of a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution would be

needed to make 120 ml of 1% hydrogen peroxide solution?

(b)

How many milliliters of water should be added?

(2) How many milliliters of a 5% potassium hydroxide solution would be

needed to make 60 ml of a 2% potassium hydroxide solution?

(3) (a) How many milliliters of a 1:1000 epinephrine HCl solution are needed

to make 30 ml of 1:5000 solution?

(b)

How many milliliters of water would be added

(4) How many milliliters of a 1:50 stock solution should be used to prepare

one liter of a 1:4000 solution?

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