The pH of a 0.01 M solution of HCl in water would be?
pH = - log[H+] so a 0.01 M solution of HCl has, pH= 2
Get two moles of HCl and add water until the solution is 1 L
To prepare a .1 M solution, the ratio would be .1 moles of HCl per liter of water. This is equal to 3.65 grams HCl.
It would be 0.1M HCl solution. In 1 liter there would be 3.65 g of HCl and the balance would be water.
When Dilute HCL is added to water a more diluted solution of HCl is made.
In a solution of HCL and water, H20 has stronger polar bonds toward HCL causing it to disassociate into H+ and Cl- Ions. Benzene doesnt have those types of polar bonds so HCL doesnt dissolve as readily. (salt and water1 vs. oil and water2.)(the second water acting as benzene would.)
Glucose is soluble in the water solution of HCl.
Pure HCl is a gaseous compound; the water solution is called hydrochloric acid.
Add 5 litres water.
Add 1M HCl solution to an equal quantity of water
A solution containing 3.76 g naoh in 361 ml water is titrated with 491 ml hcl what is the concentration of hcl in the original solution?
The concentration of hcl is 0.13.
Simply add the distilled water to 1N solution and make the volume doubled.
Hydrochloric acid is a water solution of the hydrogen chloride (HCl).
Yes, HCl is a strong acid.
Sodium chloride is soluble only in the water solution of HCl.
This is a solution of hydrogen chloride (HCl) in water.
one mole of HCl in one litre of water, result in 1M HCl
Difference in the solubality of ciprofloxacin in water and 0.1N HCl solution i-e. I mean to ask that either in water or 0.1 N HCl solution the ciprofloxacin is more soluble?
the solubility of ciprofloxacin in water is 0.35g/10ml ,and in 0.1N Hcl is about 0.25g/10ml that means solubility of ciprofloxacin in water is more when compared to 0.1N Hcl
Hydrogen chloride is HCl. Hydrochloric acid is a solution of HCl in water.
First get moles HCl, then get the grams HCl. Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution 3.8 M HCl = X moles/17.2 Liters = 65.36 moles HCl ===============so, 65.36 moles HCl (36.458 grams/1 mole HCl) = 2382.89 grams HCl ======================and, put this amount, 2382.89 grams, 65.36 moles HCl into the 17.2 liters of solution ( water, I suppose ) 2382.89 grams = 2.38 kilograms. I suppose you could weigh out the HCl in a flask… Read More
1.21 g Tris-HCl, QS water to 1L. Scale appropriately.
M is for moles/L. So, you all you would need to do is add 2 times the amount in L of water to the solid HCl. For example, if you have 3 moles of solid HCl, add 6 L and you will have .5M HCl.
In order to prepare a 1 percent HCl solution, a specific ratio of the 35 percent solution must be added per liter. This ratio is 29.5 milliliters of stock solution per liter of water.
Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution So, get moles HCl. 73 grams HCl (1 mole HCl/36.458) = 2.00 moles HCl --------------------------- Molarity = 2.00 moles HCl/2 Liters = 1 M HCl =======
0.2 N HCl solution means 0.2 equivalents of HCl dissolved in 1 litre of water. Normality = Molarity x n-factor => Molarity =Normality/n-factor=0.2/1=0.2 M 0.2 moles should be present in 1 litre of solution. 0.2moles =0.2 x 36.5 = 7.3 grams of HCl =>Dissolve 7.3 grams of HCl in 1 litre if water to get a 0.2N solution.
What is the formula for sodium hydroxide solution in water reacts with hydrochloric acid solution in water to produce sodium chloride solution and water?
NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H2O
you are not mentioned the desired volume. for example you want to prepare 0.25 M HCl in 100 ml. To make a 0.25 M solution, slowly add 2.207 mL of your stock (HCl) solution to 25 mL deionized water. Adjust the final volume of solution to 100 mL with deionized water.
when any ionizable cpmpound is dissolved in water it becomes an electrolytic solution as NaCl or HCl in water....
HCl gas is molecular HCl in the gaseous phase, HCl acid is HCl in solution with water, and can be said to be in the form H+ Cl-. (Or to be a pendant, H3O+ Cl- as techincally protons do not exist on their own in solution.) It is this dissociation of the molecule into constituent ions which gives an acid its properties. On a physical level, HCl gas is a yellow/green gas, and HCl acid… Read More
What is the pH of a solution prepared by diluting 3.0 ml of 2.5 M HCl to a final volume of 100mL with water?
.003 L HCL * 2.5 moles HCL/1L = .0075 moles HCL .0075 moles HCL/ .1 L HCL = .075 M HCL = .075 M H3O+ pH = -log[H3O+] pH = -log[.075] = 1.12 this of course is not adjusted for activities of the ions in solution, but it would be very close to this value.
HCl is a gas dissolved in water. It will not maintain its exact molarity over an extended period of time. To obtain accurate data, a freshly prepared solution of HCl must be standardized.
What is the resulting molarity of a solution made by mixing equal volumes of solutions of HCl and NaOH each of molarity 1M?
As a thought experiment - suppose you mixed one liter of 1M HCl with 1 liter of 1M NaOH. The resulting solution (neglecting any density changes associated with mixing) would contain 2 liters with 1 mole of Cl- and 1 mole of Na+ with the balance being water (the H+ from the HCl and the OH- from the NaOH would just become part of the water). This would give you a 0.5 M solution of… Read More
since HCL has 2 ions: H+ and Cl- i think the only positive ion present would be H+: that would make sense, but im not positive on that
add 8.28ml of 37% HCL in 100 ml distilled water to prepare 1N HCL solution!
520 ml of HCl in 480 ml of water=1000ml = 5 N
For example, an 1 L water solution containing 1,823 047 g HCl.
If you add a small amount of hydrochloric acid to 4 liters of water what type of solution would you expect to have?
You get a dilute solution. With 4 litres of water, you have more solvent (H2O) than solvent (HCl) than you originally had.
Take your strong acid (for example, Hydrochloric acid (HCl), and note the Molarity written on the bottle (let's say you use a 10M solution (10mol/1 Liter), and you want to make 1 Liter of a 1M HCl solution. You could take 100 mL (1/10 of a Liter) of the Original solution, and add that 100 mL HCl to 900 mL of water to make the 1M HCl solution. The math: 1 mol HCl in 100… Read More
If the HCl is in solution in water and the iron is solid, the most likely reaction is Fe + 2 HCl = FeCl2 + H2.
Take 50 ml from the 10 N HCl solution and then dilute it to 500 ml with water.
Almost. HCl is hydrogen chloride. Hydrochloric acid is a solution of hydrogen chloride in water.
Mix approx. 12 mL of HCl 30 % in 1 L water.
Add 200 mls of the 1.0N HCl solution to a 1 liter volumetric flask. Make up to the mark with water. Standardize against a known weight of Sodium Carbonate.
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… Read More
Yes. HCl, or hydrochloric acid is a strong acid, meaning the compound will dissociate into H+ and Cl- ions completely. The presence of these ions in solution make the solution electrolytic, meaning it will conduct electricity.
Since HCl is a monoprotic acid, its normality is the same as its molarity. A 4 N solution of HCl is a 4 M solution of HCl as well. If you want to make a liter of a 4 N solution of HCl, you need to dilute a certain volume of a standard solution you already have to one liter (1,000 mL) of the 4 M solution. You could use a standard concentrated solution of… Read More
Water, H+ and Cl- ions.
44.5 ml HCl TAKE AND DILUTE UP TO 1000 ML WATER MAKE A 0.5 M HCl SOLUTION
How to prepare 2M HCl solution from con HCl
add 5 ml of 37% HCl to 495 ml Water. This is 0.12 N ;)
The aqueous solution of HCl is the Muriatic acid so HCl gas is solute and water is solvent.