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63.08 g/mol I got that by adding the molar mass of one atom of hydrogen, 1.01 g/mol, one atom of nitrogen, 14.07 g/mol, and 3 atoms of oxygen, 16 g/mol each.

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the molar mass of nitric acid is the molar mass of nitic acid! :)

No, it is a molecular compound.

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To solve this problem, we basically have 2 equations and 2 unknowns. The unknowns are the (volume of water) & the (volume of 70 wt%) nitric acid to add. * This problem will assume that you are interested in making 1 L (or 1000 mL) of 5 wt% nitric acid solution. Equation 1: (volume of water) + (volume of 70 wt% nitric acid) = 1000 mL Equation 2: mass of nitric acid / [mass of water + mass of 70 wt% nitric acid solution] = 0.05 (0.05 is 5 wt%) * Remember that mass = density * volume * Remember that 70 wt% nitric acid solution mean that for 100 grams (gm) of this acid, then there's 70 grams of HNO3 * Remember that density of 70 wt% nitric acid solution is 1.413 gm/cm^3 * Remember that density of water is 1 gm/cm^3 Equation 2 is now re-written as: [(density of 70 wt% nitric acid soln)*(volume of 70 wt% nitric acid)*0.70] / [(volume water)*(1gm*cm^3) + (volume of 70 wt% nitric acid)*(1.413gm/cm^3)] = 0.05 Solving for the 2 equations gives answer to the 2 unknowns: Answer: To make 1000 mL of 5 wt% nitric acid solution, add 1) 51.63 mL of 70 wt% nitric acid solution 2) 948.37 mL of water

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Nitric acid is just nitric acid. At room temperature, it is a liquid.

Nitric Acid is HNO3The chemical formula for nitric acid is HNO3

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