# SOLUTION: I have 60 mL of a 10% minoxidil solution. How many mL of alcohol would I need to add to the 60 mL of minoxidil to reduce the strength by 1%? 2.5%?

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 Question 373837: I have 60 mL of a 10% minoxidil solution. How many mL of alcohol would I need to add to the 60 mL of minoxidil to reduce the strength by 1%? 2.5%?Answer by josmiceli(9671)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let = ml of alcohol to be added given: ml of minoxidil in 10% solution: ml 6.667 ml of alcohol need to be added to reduce the strength by 1% and 20 ml of alcohol need to be added to reduce the strength by 2.5%