chemistry

how would you calculate the number of milliliters of 1 M HCl required for .212 mol of HCl??

and how could i find out what remains in the beaker when distilled water is evaporated in a beaker?

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1. Is that 1 M HCl?
mols = M x L
Substitute the numbers in the problem and solve for liters, then convert to mL by multiplying by 1000.

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