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        calculate the mass of anhydrous HCL in 10 ml of concentrated HCL (density = 1.2 g/ml) solution having 37% HCL by weight
5 years ago

Sumit Majumdar
IIT Delhi
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							Solution:In 100 gm of HCl solution, we would have 37 gm of pure HCl.Hence the volume of HCl present would be equal to:$\frac{37}{1.2}=30.83 ml$Thus, 30.83 ml of HCl would have 37 gm of pure Hcl.Hence in 10 ml of HCl, we would have 12 gm of pure HCl.So, the mass of anhydrous HCl would be equal to: 32.4 gm.Regards
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Sumit Majumdar,

Ph.D,IIT Delhi


5 years ago
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