# How do you find the mass of a HCl solution?

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## How do you find the mass of a HCl solution?

The specific gravity (density relative to the density of water) of hydrochloric acid solution is 1.18 g/mL. If 13.7 mL of hydrochloric acid solution is taken, then [13.7 mL x (1.18 g/mL) = 16.2 g is the mass of the hydrochloric acid solution.

## What is the mass of HCl?

36,458 g/mol

Hydrochloric acid/Molar mass

## What is the mass of 100 mL of HCl?

100.0mL ⋅1.191 g1mL =119.1 g. Now, you know that the solution has a 37% concentration by mass, which means that every 100 g of solution will contain 37 g of hydrochloric acid.

## How do you make a 1 1 HCl solution?

To make 1 L of 1 mol/L HCl, we take 88 mL of the concentrated solution and add water to make a total of 1 L….Let us assume that we want to prepare 1 L of 1 mol/L HCl.

- Calculate the moles of HCl needed.
- Calculate the mass of HCl Needed.
- Calculate the mass of solution required.

## What is the mass of 1 mol of HCl?

36.46 grams

Convert grams HCl to moles or moles HCl to grams, Molecular weight calculation: 36.46 grams is the mass of one mole of hydrogen chloride.

## What is the mass of 4 mole of HCl?

Therefore, in the presence of an excess of Cl2, 2.00 mol H2 will react completely to give 4.00 mol HCl. = 4.00 mol x 36.46 g mol-1 = 146 g.

## What does 100ml of HCl weigh?

Hydrochloric Acid, 100 ml

Formula | HCl |
---|---|

Formula Weight | 36.461 |

Form | Solution |

Density | 1.18 g/mL |

Molarity | 12 M |

## What is the meaning of 1 1 HCl?

1M of hydrogen ions is equal to one equivalent of hydrogen ions. Therefore, 1M HCl is the same as 1N HCl, but when we take sulphuric acid, 1M of sulphuric acids gives 2M of hydrogen ions into the solution.

## How do you make 2 mol L HCl?

- 1M HCl: add 1mol/12M = 83 ml conc. HCl to 1L of water or 8.3ml to 100ml.
- 2M HCl: add 2mol/12M = 167 ml conc. HCl to 1L of water or 16.7ml to 100ml.