Question: B. You place a volume with unknown concentration of Solution X in the spectrophotometer and get a…


b. You place a volume with unknown concentration of Solution X in the spectrophotometer and get an OD reading of 0.53. What is the concentration of this solution? Show work. (1 pt) You place another volume of unknown concentration of Solution X in the spec and get an OD reading of 1.8. (1 pt) c. a. b. c. d. This OD is fine and can be used to calculate concentration This OD is too high but can still be used to calculate concentration This OD is too high and the sample needs to be diluted None of the above d. You have 0.5 μ1 of solution A and you need to perform a 1-100 dilution, the final volume must be 2ml (not more than that). Show your calculation. (1pt) You perform a 1:100 dilution on one of the solutions and get an OD reading of 0.87. What is the concentration of the original solution? (Ipt) e.

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b. You place a volume with unknown concentration of Solution X in the spectrophotometer and get an OD reading of 0.53. What is the concentration of this solution? Show work. (1 pt) You place another volume of unknown concentration of Solution X in the spec and get an OD reading of 1.8. (1 pt) c. a. b. c. d. This OD is fine and can be used to calculate concentration This OD is too high but can still be used to calculate concentration This OD is too high and the sample needs to be diluted None of the above d. You have 0.5 μ1 of solution A and you need to perform a 1-100 dilution, the final volume must be 2ml (not more than that). Show your calculation. (1pt) You perform a 1:100 dilution on one of the solutions and get an OD reading of 0.87. What is the concentration of the original solution? (Ipt) e.

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