How much of a 1M glucose solution (measured in ml) and how much distilled water would you mix to make 1 liter of .5M glucose?
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This is a dilution problem wherein we are looking how much volume of the stock solution we need to dilute. We have:
`M_1V_1 = M_2V_2`
`M_1` = 1 M
`V_1` = ?
`M_2` = 0.5...
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