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Grade: 12th pass

                        

For preparation of one litre of N/10 H2SO4 solution, we need H2SO4 equal to ; (1) 98gm (2) 4.9gm (3) 10 gm (4) 2.45 gm

2 years ago

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Tony
108 Points
							
you require a N/10 solution i.e.0.1 Normal solution . 
Normality= Molarity×Basicity
As basicity of H2SO4 is 2, so
1 Molar soluation of H2SO4 is equal 2 N solution 

molecular weight of H2SO4= 98 gms
for 1 M solution you would require 98 gms = 2 N solution 
1 N solution of 1 litre would require 98/2 = 49 gms 
for a 0.1 N solution = 4.9 gms 
 
2 years ago
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