Question #f7dcc

1 Answer
Oct 6, 2017

Answer:

150 microliters.

Explanation:

This is a simple problem of Dilution. Please refer to this Answer for a nice explanation of it before proceeding.

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For this case. We have the Final Volume #(V_f)# and the Dilution Factor #(DF)# but not the Initial Volume #(V_i)#.

So this #DF=V_f/V_i#

Becomes this #4=600/V_i#

With some rearranging #V_i=600/4#

Which results in our answer of #V_i=150# microliters