chemistry

How many milliliters of 1.4 M HCl must be
transfered from a reagent bottle to provide
23 g HCl for a reaction?
Answer in units of mL

asked by julie
  1. mass= molarity*molmass*volume
    = 1.4M*36.5*V
    solve for V in liters.

    posted by bobpursley

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