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Assuming complete dissociation of H2SO4 as: $\dpi{100} \fn_cm (H_2SO_4+2H_2O \rightarrow 2H_3O^+SO_4^{2-})$The number of H3O+ ions in 10 ml of 0.5 N H2SO4 is

a) 3.01 × 1021 c) 6.02 × 1021

6 months ago

Vishnu
16 Points

Imole=6.022*10^23
In one mole of H3o 0.5moles are there
So

6.022*10^23*0.5/2=3.01*10^21/2
~1.5*10^23

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And, :A
6 months ago
Vishnu
16 Points

1 Mole =6.022*10^23N
So, in ½ or0.5 moles of H3O has 1/2*6.022*10^23*
N are there so ans is 1.5*10^21
Ans A
6 months ago
aswanth nayak
68 Points

Dear Student,

1 Mole =6.022*10^23N
So, in ½ or0.5 moles of H3O has 1/2*6.022*10^23*
N are there so ans is 1.5*10^21
5 months ago
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