Potassium Chloride 0.6% Solution Ratio Question

by Darlene
(Florida)

You received an order to prepare 500ml of 0.6% kcl solution. Your pharmacy only has 10% in stock. How many ml of the stock kcl solution would u need to prepare the solution> how much distilled water do u need to produce the final product?

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you need 30ml of stock solution
and 470 ml of distilled water

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