## What is the molarity of 0.5 N H2SO4 solution?

Answer. (X mL/Y mL) * 18.4M = 0.25M, where Y=the volume you want to make.

## How can we prepare 0.1 N H2SO4 solution?

Preparation of 0.1 N Sulphuric acid (H2SO4) Solution

Take 3.0 mL of concentrated Sulphuric acid (H2so4, sp gr 1.84) into a 1000-ml volumetric flask. Dilute to the mark with water, mix well, and store in a tightly closed glass container.

## How do you make 1n H2SO4 solution?

If you took 6.9 mL of concentrated sulfuric acid and diluted it to 250 mL, you would have a 1 N H2SO4 solution. (Important note: Always add the acid (or base) to water, in that order. Pour slowly with constant mixing.

## How will you prepare 5N H2SO4 from concentrated Sulphuric acid?

1. Normality of acid solution = Molarity of solution x Basicity of Acid. Basicity of H2SO4 is 2, as 2H+ ions are obtained per molecule in the aqueous state from H2SO4. 5 = Molarity x 2. …
2. Molarity = (moles of H2SO4)/(liters of solution) 2.5 = (moles of H2SO4) / 0.25. …
3. Hence, 0.625 moles of conc. H2SO4 is needed.

## How do you make 2 molar H2SO4?

For this you need a density of sulfuric acid, which is d = 1.84 g / ml. This means that to get 196.16 g you need to measure 196.16 g / 1.84 g / ml = 106.61 ml. Mix it up to 1L in water and you will have 2M sulfuric acid.

## How is 6n H2SO4 prepared?

a) In order to prepare 1 liter of 6.0 Normal acid solution, add 300.2 grams of 98% purity sulfuric acid. Mix gently and add enough deionized water to make it exactly 1 liter.

## What is the molarity of 1N H2SO4 solution?

The molarity of 1N SULPHURIC ACID = 2M.

## How do you make 5 N HNO3?

The volume of 7.14 g of concentrated HNO3 can be obtained from the density V = 7.14 g / 1.42 = 5.03 mL. If you then measure 5.03 mL of the concentrated HNO3 and dilute to 100 mL with water, you would have the required 5% solution.

## How do you make 0.1 N nitric acid?

Equivalent weight of nitric acid : Volume prepared from 6.3 g of nitric acid: 1 Litre of 0.1N nitric acid solution will be prepared from 6.3g of nitric acid.

## What is the N factor of H2SO4?

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N−factor of H2SO4 is 1, as only one Hydrogen of acid is replaced by KOH .

## What is the molarity of 2N H2SO4?

Here the n-factor is 2 for sulphuric acid so the molarity will be 2/2 = 1M.

## How do we calculate n Factor?

To calculate n-factor of a salt of such type, we take one mole of the reactant and find the number of mole of the element whose oxidation state is changing. This is multiplied with the oxidation state of the element in the reactant, which gives us the total oxidation state of the element in the reactant.

## What is the N factor of nah2po4?

Here, for example, one mole of Na2HPO4 (acting as acid) can dissociate to give one mole H+ ions, therefore n-factor is 1.

## What is the N factor of cao2?

Hence, n-factor of CaO is 2.

## Can n factor be zero?

n factor for acids is its basicity,ie, no of replaceable hydrogen ion per molecule. For a base number of OH- ions that a molecule of base could give is n-factor. Therefore, n-factor is zero.

## How do you find the N factor of cuso4?

Steps for finding valency factor/n-factor:
1. Find the oxidation state (O.S.) of metal in reactant side.
2. Find the oxidation state of metal in product side.
3. Take the magnitude of difference of two oxidation state |O. S. Product−O. S. Reactant|×number of atom for the valency factor.

## How do you calculate the N factor of caco3?

Electronic configuration of calcium: Calcium atom will lose two electron to gain noble gas configuration and form calcium cation with +2 charge. Thus n factor is 2.

## What is n factor of H2O2?

In H2O2 , oxygen is in -1 O.S and it get converted to O2 whwere O.S is 0. therefore, n-factor = 0-(-1*2)=2.

## What is the N factor of k2 cr2 o7?

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n factor of K2Cr2O7

That means the n-factor for this reaction is 6.

## What is the N factor of CH3COOH?

CH3COOH has n factor of 1.

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