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**1**mL of the stock solution, and dilute it to 100mL with distilled water. That's a**1**/**100 dilution**.2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/03/2008

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**100**=**1**/**100**to work out**what**volume of sample you need... water and want a**1**:**100 dilution 1**/**100**x 1000ul = 10ul take...500 ul = 20 ul**1**:**100**means that there is**1**...mistakenly told you to do a**1**:10**dilution**, ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/09/2013

It is a negative report. A

**dilution**of**1**:**100**for o and**1**:200 or more for H is taken as positive .so u dnt have typhoid fever.1 Answers · Health · 16/07/2012

**Dilution**is purely a ratio. It is a ratio of the blood over the total volume. In your example it is .02/2 Which makes**1**/**100**which =**1**:**100**To make a**1**:200 it would be .01 ml of blood and**1**.99 ml of diluent. Which gives...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/03/2013

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**dilution**factors means that you want**1**part of your sample (bacteria) in a total of 10 parts (or**100**, 1000, 10000). So if you are making a 10 mL solution, you...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/04/2010

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**1**is a**1**in 10**dilution**, 10-2 is**1**in**100**, 10-3 is**1**in 1000, etc. If you count the bacteria in a**1**in 1000 solution, you have to multiply that number by 1000 to correct for the**dilution**.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/12/2010

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**dilution**and 9 mL water to make the**1**:**100 dilution**, and so on... Hope that...academic vs. industry setting or**what**, but it's funky. Though people would generally do 10-fold dilutions in microbiological...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/11/2007

... solution is a

**1**/5**dilution**of the first one, and so is a**1**/**100 dilution**of the original solution.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/12/2012

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**what**kind of volume of the final solution you want to make. Do you also**mean**that you want the final concentration...solute concentration of: 0.**100**mg/mL X...together to enough water to make**1**L of solution...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/09/2011

...and 300mM trisodium citrate--to get a 0.2X stock from that you would do a

**100**-fold**dilution**[20/0.2=**100**]. e.g. if you wanted**100**ml of 0.2x SSC, take**1**ml of your 20X stock and add that to 99 ml of water.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/10/2012