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You have two containers with equal volume of mutually soluble liquids A and B. You take a table spoon of A and pour it into B, mix, and then the same table spoon of B back into A.

Now which one has a higher concentration of the other liquid? Why? (assume no loss of volume when mixing)

You have two containers with equal volume of mutually soluble liquids A and B. You take a table spoon of A and pour it into B, then the same table spoon of B back into A.

Now which one has a higher concentration of the other liquid? Why? (assume no loss of volume when mixing)

You have two containers with equal volume of mutually soluble liquids A and B. You take a table spoon of A and pour it into B, mix, and then the same table spoon of B back into A.

Now which one has a higher concentration of the other liquid? Why? (assume no loss of volume when mixing)

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Which has higher concentration?

You have two containers with equal volume of mutually soluble liquids A and B. You take a table spoon of A and pour it into B, then the same table spoon of B back into A.

Now which one has a higher concentration of the other liquid? Why? (assume no loss of volume when mixing)