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`        Respected sir,Qn. Given,6 M HCN in 1ltr solotion of water , Find density in g/cc.If DENSITY is  expressed a D how 1000D has 6 moles HCN?Pls explain how 1000 D we get? Thnx`
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Sahani Kumar
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```							Molecular mass of HCN = 27 gramAs 1 mole of HCN = 27 gramSo 6 mole of HCN will be = (6 * 27) = 162 gram6 molar solution  of HCN means that 6 mole of HCN are present in 1 Litre solution( or 1000 cc).As we know that 6 mole of HCN = 162 gram so we can say that1000 cc solution contain 162 gram of HCN So 1 cc solution will contain= (162/1000)g/cc                                                  = 0.162g/ccRegards Askiitians MemberIf you like this answer please encourage us by approving this answer.
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