13M of HCl
1N HCL is the same as 1 Molar HCl. You take the # of H ions and multiply by the molarity to get the Normality. Usually you buy HCl in concentrated form which is 12 Molar or 12 Normal HCL. You need to dilute the concentrated HCl to get the reduced concentration. Use the formula Molarity Initial x Volume Initial = Molarity Final x Volume Final ex. 12 M HCL x 10 ml = 1 M x 120 ml. So take 10 ml of concentrated HCl and add enough water to make 120 ml. This will give you 120 ml of 1 M (which is 1N) HCl. Venkat Reddy
It is monobasic - so normality = molarity. So 6N HCl = 6 Molar HCl
Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solutionSo, 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=======
For solutions where there is only one hydrogen atom per molecule (HCl) N is the same as molarity (M). It differs only when there is more than one hydrogen atom per molecule.
The difference between 1 molar of HCl and 2 molar of HCl is that the 2 molar HCl is more concentrated. Molarity is the measure of moles/liter 1M= 1mol HCl/1 L of solution 2M= 2mol HCl/ 1 L of solution
WE NEED 819.672 ML OF Concentrated HCL
Find moles of HCl first. 1.56 grams HCl (1mole HCl/36.458 grams) = 0.0428 moles HCl Molarity = moles of solute/volume of solution Molarity = 0.0428 moles/26.8 ml = 0.00160 milli-Molarity, or more to the point; = 1.60 X 10^-6 Molarity of HCl
You must determine the concentration first of the concentrated HCl, typically concentrated HCl is a 36-38% HCL which works out to about 12-12.2 N concentration. From there all you have to due is dilute down to 0.1N. You must determine the concentration first of the concentrated HCl, typically concentrated HCl is a 36-38% HCL which works out to about 12-12.2 N concentration. From there all you have to due is dilute down to 0.1N.
Molarity = moles of solute/liters of solution Molarity = 0.597 moles HCl/0.169 liters = 3.53 M HCl ------------------
Factor in hcl ?
The needed volume of concentrated acid is 113,6 mL.
Need moles HCl first.9.63 grams HCl (1 mole HCl/36.458 grams) = 0.2641 moles HClMolarity = moles of solute/Liters of solutionMolarity = 0.2641 moles HCl/1.5 Liters= 0.176 M HCl solution=================
How to prepare 2M HCl solution from con HCl
Concentrated HCl is typically 36.5% industrially. It is thus almost exactly 10 Molar.
1.22Molarity (multiply) 0.076Liters = 0.09272Moles needed to neutralize. 0.09272Moles (divided by) 0.125Liters = 0.74176 Molarity HCl has a Molarity of 0.74176
6 M HCl means 6 molarity Hydrogen Chloride, M or Molarity is the expression of number of mol. per liter. 6 M HCl is a form of potent acid.
You must take 88,8 mL concentrated HCL and fill up to 1000 mL with distilated water. (REMEMBER: ALWAYS ADD ACID TO WATER! - add 88.8mL to 900mL water and dilute to final volume = 1L)The simplest and still pretty accurate answer would be based on the following things. The concentrated HCl means it is 12M. You can simpy use M1*V1=M2*V2 formula to calculate what You are looking for. In this case You do not have to worry switching from normal solution to molarity since 1M is = to 1 N for HCl.Using M1*V1=M2*V2, where M stands for molarity and V for volume:12M *X(unknown volume) ml (in mililiters) = 1 N (or 1M) * 1000 ml1000 ml*M /12 M = 83.33(3) ml
The molarity is 0,041
Molarity = moles of solute/liters of solution or, for our specific purpose here moles of solute (HCl) = liters of solution * Molarity 10 ml = 0.01 liters moles of solute (HCl) = (0.01 liters)*(0.1 M HCl) = 0.001 moles of HCl ------------------------------
The HCL concentration is 1.2M or 1.2N
Concentration is usually expressed in moles per liter, which is called molarity. You could also use moles per mL and other measures of volume. It is also possible to convert this to any measurement of mass/volume (such as grams per liter, milligrams per liter, etc) Molarity. which is Moles/Liter. molarity is expressed as captial m. (M) so if you have 15 M HCl(aq) it is MUCH more concentrated than 5 M HCl(aq)