posted by annie on .
How do I prepare 100mL of 10g/L HCl from concentrated HCl(37%HCl, density 1.19g/mL)
Is it 2.28mL of conc HCl dilute to 100mL with water?
Please show the calculation steps.
M 37% HCl is
1.19 g/mL x 1000 mL x 0.37/36.46 = 12.08M
M 10g/L is
10/36.46 = 0.274 M
Then use the dilution formula of
My answers is 2.268 which rounds to 2.28 mL. I suspect the only difference is in what we used for the molar mass HCl
37% HCl is 0.37g/g
to prepare 100mL of 10g/L HCl solution you need 1g of HCl
then the volume of 37% HCl is
1g/(0.37g/g x 1.19g/mL)=2.27mL
suppose you dissolve 10 grams of HCl gas in 250 ml of water initially at 25 C, what till the final temperature of the solution be?
is this refer to pharmacopia