# Chemistry

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How do I calculated the mass and moles of nitric acids when only given 2ml of concentrate nitric acid

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USUALLY it is done this way but you need more info than 2mL conc HNO3.
mass HNO3 = density in g/mL x mL x (%HNO3/100) = ?g
Then mols = grams/molar mass.

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