"The two containers of liquid achieve equilibrium when the concentration of HCl in both containers is identical. So, for example, if you started with 100mL of 31% HCl and 100mL of distilled water, you'd end up with both containers being 15.5% (less some loss to the air). With 100mL of 31% HCl and 1mL of distilled water, both containers would be very slightly less than 31%."
Hi Martin. I had downloaded that video a year or so ago, but forgot about it until last night when I was looking for another video on a hard drive. I need a dilution calculator to figure things out, too!
endmemo.com/bio/dilution.php Use the last calculator and change to %. There will be some loss of HCL into air so you will get less. Save some of your current 4% and compare ppm with the new 4% is the only way I know how to be sort of sure you have 4%.
If this doesn't work, then I would try equal amounts of DW in both containers and use the dilution calculator to get 4% from 31.45%. In that case you would combine 686.25 DW with the 100ml of 31.45% HCL from the distilled water container to end up with 786.25ml of 4%. Always add the acid to the water.
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