# Clogging

How much distilled water must the pharmacist add to 30g of a 30% hydrogen peroxide solution to obtain a 3% solution to clogging?

Correct result:

m =  270 g

#### Solution:

0.30 • 30 = 0.03 • (30+m)

0.03m = 8.1

m = 270

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