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(Solved) (Latest ver. Aug 2020) - Understanding & Calculating Dilution Factors

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For an upcoming experiment, an immunoassay (ELISA) protocol calls for a complicated series of dilution steps for your blood specimen. Calculate the final dilution factor after the following steps:

Add 1 liter of blood to four liters of water, then take 1 ounce of that solution and add it to 9 ounces of water. Finally, take 3 mls of that dilution and add it 567 mls of water.

 







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