12NHCL is not a chemical compound, maybe it is misspelled or incorrectly typed.
480g NaOH to 1 liter
It is possible only if you evaporate the water.
we need 0.8gm NaoH and dissolved in 10 ml of water to make 2N solution of NaoH .
a solution of 0.1M NaOH has been prepared.How would you make 1L of the same solution
4-12n=-7 -12n=-7-4 -12n=-11 12n=11 n=11/12 n=0.916666666666666666...
Im not sure if this is -12n or just 12n so I will give you both: -12n -19=77 n= -8 12n-19=77 n=8
Assuming you mean 12m + 12n, you can use the distributive property to take out the common factor 12.
12n + 8 = 11 12n = 3 n = 1/4
11n - 12n + 3 = 3 - n
It is 12n + 18.
n5n+8n-12n13n-12n = n
12n=12 ---- --- 12. 12 N=1
Not unless m = n.
8b = e - 12n, possibly.
The GCF is n.
NaOH and H2O form a solution of Na+(aq) and OH-(aq) ions (the solvent water, aq, is written as subscripted (aq) ) To make 1 Normal solution you need to know the equivalent of NaOH, which is calculated by dividing Molecular weight by 1, that is 40 divided by 1= 40. So the equivalent weight of NaOH is 40. To make 1 N solution, dissolve 40.00 g of sodium hydroxide in water to make volume of 1 liter.