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Q: How many moles of Na-OH are needed to prepare 1.00L of a 0.5 M solution?

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2.5g/100ml = moles/1L First convert the ml into L. 2.5g/.100L = moles/1L Cross multiply. 25 moles/ 1L

1 ppm = 1 mg/L Therefore... 100 ppm = 100 mg/L = 0.1 g/L = 10g/100L So, 10 grams of salt in 100 L is a 100 ppm solution.

A Hectoliter = 100L A Kiloliter = 1000L 1000L/100L = 10 Hectoliters per kiloliter

15g in 100L is 0.15g/ litre. The molecular weight of NaOH is 40g/mol. 0.15/40 is .00375 molar.

There are 100L in a hL

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1000cc is 1 liter.

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No, centi = L/100, hecto = 100L

A litre is 10cm x 10cm x 10cm so it's 0.001 cubic metres. That means 100L will be 0.1 cubic metres. That's the same as 6102 cubic inches or 3.53 cubic feet. Another way to look at this is: 100L = 100*1000mL. 1mL = 1cc (cubic centimeter). Thus, 100L = 100*1000cc = 100 cubic decimeter = 0.1 cubic meter. 1in = 2.54cm. 1 cubic inch = 2.54^3 cc. So 100L = 10^5 / 2.54^3 cubic inches = 6102.37 cubic in. 1 cubic feet = 12^3 cubic inch. Therefore, 100L = 6102.37/12^3 cubic feet = 3.53147 cubic ft.

100L : FRAME MEANS 100mm is the height of the Center of the Motor shaft from it's base. If i'm wrong, please let me know phani_raj@rediffmail.com

I don't know apart from it isn't 100L

100cl (cl means 1/100L)

It is one hundreth of a liter. In other words 1/100L.

100L = 3,381.4 US fl oz

The universal gas equation is PV = nRT (Pressure x Volume = Number of moles x Universal Gas Constant x Temperature in Kelvin/Rankin). So - if Pressure is constant, the number of moles is constant, but the temperature increases from 25C (298 K) to 125C (398K) - a 34% increase, a similar 34% increase in volume will occur.

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A bit over 100L an hour,

200 liters is closest.

mpg x 235.215 = liters per 100 km

1 litre = 1000 ml 100 L = 100000 ml

He/she stores the water in the lining of the stomach in sacs, which turns into fat and it goes into its blood stream after 100L of water.

My 100l has a standing loss of 2kwh and my 200l is 3kwh.

that question is easy, just train them! it takes a lot of time so be patient. you can also give them rare candies

Approximately 270ml per day. In a whole year our feet produce 100L.