Timothy has 1 gallon of 6% bleach, assume 94% is water. Timo

Timothy has 1 gallon of 6% bleach, assume 94% is water. Timothy decides to dilute the bleach separately. Timothy pours 10mL+0.1, 9mL+0.1, 8mL+0.1, 7mL+0.1, 6mL+0.1, and 1mL+0.1, of the bleach into 6 different containers and then fills the difference to 10mL with water. The density of the bleach is 1.11 g/cm3, and the 10mL is measured in a graduated cylinder. Calculate the new concentration, in moles per decimeter cubed, of the bleach in each container.

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