Posted by **Fai** on Sunday, July 29, 2012 at 9:36pm.

How much concentrated hydrochloric acid solution 36% HCL by mass d=1.18g/ml in milliliters is required to produce 11.0L of 0.296 M HCL?

My calculation

1.18 x 1000ml x 0.36/36.5 = 11.6M

11.6M = 11000ml x 0.296

11.6m = 3256ml

x= 3256ml/11.6

x= 280ml. I am not sure the right answer

How much ethanol, C2H50H, in liters d = 0.789g/ml must be dissolved in water to produce 190.05 of 1.65M C2H50H? I cannot do for your help.

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