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A solution was prepared by mixing 10.00ml of unknown(X) with 5.00ml of standard(S) containing 8.24 ug S/ml and diluting the mixture to 50.0ml. the measured signal quotient was (signal due to X/signal due to S) =1.69 . In a separate experiment, it was found that, for equal concentrations of X and S, the signal due to X was 0.930 times as intense as the signal due to S. Find the concentration of X in the unknown.

A solution was prepared by mixing 10.00ml of unknown(X) with 5.00ml of standard(S) containing 8.24 ug S/ml and diluting the mixture to 50.0ml. the measured signal quotient was (signal due to X/signal due to S) =1.69 . In a separate experiment, it was found that, for equal concentrations of X and S, the signal due to X was 0.930 times as intense as the signal due to S. Find the concentration of X in the unknown.

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