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Can anyone tell me if I can substitute Thiosulfate R-0007 N/10 for Thiosulfate .001M? The project calls for Thiosulfate .001M but all I could find locally is the R-0007 N/10. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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The designation N/10 means that it is a 0.1 Normal solution. You can dilute it to get 0.001 M solution.
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