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Exactly how you prepare will depend on what you are starting with. Typically to make a 1 M HCl solution, you will be starting with a stock solution of more concentrated HCl that you will then dilute.

See the Related Questions for complete instructions on how to prepare a solution by diluting a stock solution.

1M HCl Solution*Concentrated HCl. its 37.5%.

*The density of concentrated HCl is 1.189g/ml we will need this number as well, and of course the atomic mass of HCl 36.46

* Calculation=((37.5/100)(1000)(1.189))/36.46 = 12.2M

*If HCl concentrated is 12.2 M then to make a 1L solution of 1M HCL

(12.2) x = 1(1)

x = 1(1)/(12.2)

x=0.082ml/ml of water

x = 82mL HCl per liter

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