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`        Calculate mass by volume percentage of 15 percentage  solution of sulphric acid with dencity 1.2gm/l^1`
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Arun
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```							15% acid = 15g/100mlDensity is 1.02g/ml, so that makes 15gm in 102gm of solutionNow subtracting the weight of acid from the total weight of the solution= 102 g – 15 g= 87 g of waterTo find out how much acid is present in 100g of water, we do the following,100ml x 87g /15g= 17.24/100 g of waterThe density of water is said to be 1g/ml, therefore its concentration will be 17.24/100 ml or 100g of waterHence,The mass by volume percentage of H2SO4 will be 17.24% w/w
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