Dilutions of Solutions Calculator

The dilution of substance refers to the process of making any solution weaker or less concentrated. It is a solution containing a relatively small quantity of solute as compared with the amount of solvent. This term is the opposite of 'concentrated'.
Dilution of solutions
Volume Before Dilution (V1): L
Concentration Before Dilution (M1): Mol/L
Concentration After Dilution (M2): Mol/L
Volume After Dilution = (V2): L
Volume Of Solvent Added During Dilution: (V1): L
Formula
Volume After Dilution (V2) = [(V1 * M1) /M2]
Volume Of Solvent Added During Dilution (V) = ( V2 - V1 )

Where,
V1 = Volume of solution before dilution
V2 = Volume of solution after dilution
M1 = Concentration before dilution
M2 = Concentration after dilution

Process of reducing the concentration of a solute in solution, usually simply by mixing with more solvent is dilution.

Example:
Calculate the volume of the given solvent added during dilution (V) and the volume after dilution (V2).
Volume Before Dilution (V1): 25 L
Concentration Before Dilution (M1): 10 Mol/L
Concentration After Dilution (M2): 7 Mol/L

Solution:
Apply Formula:
Volume After Dilution (V2) = [(V1 * M1) /M2]
Volume of Solvent Added During Dilution (V) = ( V2 - V1 )

Volume After Dilution (V2): 35.714285714285715 L
Volume of Solvent Added During Dilution (V): 10.714285714285715 L