10 mL of nitric acid has a mass of 15.1 grams.
Specific Heat at 15C (60F) 100% nitric acid = 1.74 J/g C 95% nitric acid = 1.50 J/g C 70% nitric acid = 2.27 J/g C 60% nitric acid = 2.68 J/g C 10% nitric acid = 3.77 J/g C
Sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, hydrofluoric acid, formic acid, acetic acid, sulfurous acid, nitrous acid and hypochlorous acid are 10 acids.
This is the easiest way, though not "scientifically correct":Liters concentrated HNO3 = [ 200 L diluted HNO3 * 10 % ] / [ 68% ] = 29.4 L of the 68%Take the calculated amount and carefully add this to 171 L of water while good mixing!(if you take 30 L (easier measurable!) in stead, then with 170 L water you get about 200 L of 10.2% diluted acid)
We can prepare it by taking 10 gram of sucrose in 100 ml of water.
1. Sulfuric acid 2. Nitric acid 3. Perchloric acid 4. Stearic acid 5. Acetic acid 6. Hydrochloric acid 7. Iodhydric acid 8. Palmitic acid 9. Phosphoric acid 10. Sulfurous acid
Acetic Acid is a weak acid in that it is only partially dissociated. Hydrocholric acid is highly corrosive and is much stronger
depends on the purity of the HCl you have
Acetic AcidAcetylsalicylic AcidAscorbic AcidBenzoic AcidCarbonic AcidCitric AcidFluoric AcidFormic AcidHydrochloric AcidLactic AcidNitric AcidPhosphoric AcidSulfuric AcidTartaric AcidTannic Acid
No. The reulting concentration (percent) must be between the two components. So, with the two acids you are mixing, you cannot get an acid that is less than 10% or more than 40%
5 to 10 percent should come from linoleic acid.
10 different acids are- # Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) # Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) # Nitric Acid (HNO3) # Carbonic Acid (H2CO3) # Sulphurous Acid (H2SO3) # Phosphoric Acid (H3PO4) # Acetic Acid (CH3COOH) # Tartaric Acid # Citric Acid (found in lemons, oranges) # Maleic Acid (found in apples) # Ascorbic Acid
10 HNO3 + 6 Sb = 5 H2O + 10 NO + 3 Sb2O5
Dilute it with water until it reaches 10 per cent.
Take 10 gm oF KI dissolve it in 100ml.
pH = ZERO - very strong acid
It could be 10% mass/mass percent or 10% volume/volume percent or 10% mass/volume percent. Case 1:- Mass/mass % 10% solution means 10g of sulphuric acid in 100g of solution (with 90 g of water). Case 2 :- Volume/Volume % 10% solution means 10 ml of sulphuric acid in 100 ml of solution (with about 90 ml of water). Case 3:- Mass/Volume % 10% solution means 10g of sulphuric acid in 100 ml of solution.
If it is a mixture, then yes. Pure acetic acid is one hundred percent acetic acid, while vinegar is 5 or 10 percent acetic acid in water. You can make a solution of acetic acid and alcohol.
Nitric acid - plant fertilizer Lactic acid - milk, sweat, sour Sulpuric acid - lead acid battery solution Benzoic acid - food preservatives Tartaric acid - grapes Malic acid - apples Acetic acid - vinegar HCI - gastric acid Ascorbic acid - oranges
4 Zn + 10 HNO3 ----------> 4 Zn(NO3)2 + N2O + 5 H2O
Normal vinegar is approximately 5-10% acetic acid.
Yes, apples do contain citric acid. They have about 10 percent citric acid that helps to prevent them from spoiling.
Flood the site with water while removing jewelry or clothing that may hold the acid in contact with the skin. Continue for a minimum of 10 minutes. Expect the burn to develop a bright yellow color as the nitric reacts with the protein in skin. You are always advised to contact medical assistance for a chemical burn. (I had a 1cm X 10 cm 70% nitric acid burn on Jan 17. Healed well by Feb 1 w/o medial intervention) Chem Cate
10 ml of concentrated HCl added to 90 ml of water.