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# You are using water to dilute small amounts of chemicals

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Problem 24E

You are using water to dilute small amounts of chemicals in the laboratory, drop by drop. How many drops of water are in a 1.0-L bottle? ( Hint: Start by estimating the diameter of a drop of water.)

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Solution 24E Assume that a drop of water has diameter 0.5 ml in estimation filled up 20 drops per millimeters then the drops in a liter is 20,000 drops. Or Assume i count on about 20 drops in 1 milliliter.20000 drops in litre. This is in between 10 to 10 drops. 10 drops would imply that each drop was 10 milliliter(10 cm ). 3 Hence drop would need to be several cm across.

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