Hospital and Food Industry

  • quynh_dao

    khoảng 1 10 năm trước
  • In the food industry, we generally add 1 mL of a substance to 99mL of water to obtain a 1:100 dilutiọn
    In the hospital clinic, we generally add 0.1mL of urine to 9.9mL of water to obtain a 1:100 dilutiọn

    Why do we use two different amounts to obtain the same dilution?

  • tbui

    khoảng 1 10 năm trước
  • quynh_dao wrote:In the food industry, we generally add 1 mL of a substance to 99mL of water to obtain a 1:100 dilutiọn
    In the hospital clinic, we generally add 0.1mL of urine to 9.9mL of water to obtain a 1:100 dilutiọn

    Why do we use two different amounts to obtain the same dilution?


    it has to do with how much substance you have available and the amount of solution you need. if you need only 10 ml of some solution, making a 100 ml solution would be wasteful.


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