calculating the grams of sulfuric acid in one liter.

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calculating the grams of sulfuric acid in one liter.

Postby Katie » Mon Sep 05, 2005 2:54 am

Hey I just found out that the molarity of concentrated sulfuric acid is 18.4, now I need to find out "how many grams of sulfuric acid in one liter"

and I'm lost :-(


can anyone help me out on this one? thanks. :-P
Katie
 

Postby Guest » Mon Sep 05, 2005 4:32 am

An 18.4 M solution means 18.4 mol/L, so you have 18.4 mol.
You just need to determine the molar mass of H2SO4. Go to a periodic table and add up the atomic mass units. That amount, in grams, is the weight of 1 mole.
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