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How many moles of HCL are in 50.0 mL of 0.600 M HCl?

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0.600 M means 0.600 moles l^-1

so in each 1000 ml there are 0.600 moles

so in 1 ml there are 0.600/1000 moles

hence find the number of moles in 50 ml

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