Jamie wants to dye her hair blonde but the dye requires less than a molarity of 2, but the amount of solute for the shade of blonde Jamie wants requires 0.2 moles of solute.
The solute is made up of bleach (yellow liquid) and conditioner (grey bottle). Rachel measures out the 0.2 moles of solute to be 2.4.
She also wants to make 100 mL of solution, which is 0.1 liters.
Rachel, the hairdresser mixed the solution and calculates the molarity to be exactly 2.
rachel then dyes jamie's hair so that it is now blonde.
To find the molarity of the hair dye, all we did was divide the moles solute by the liters of solution. So, 0.2/0.1= 2 Questions: 1. Would the dye work with the moles of solute being 0.25? 2. What would the dye work with the liters of solution being 0.2?