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Hydrochloric Acid 14-16 7647-01-0 231-595-7 HCl 36.46 g/mol Water Balance 7732-18-5 231-791-2 H. 2. O 18.00 g/mol . 4. FIRST-AID MEASURES . Eyes . Rinse with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention immediately. Inhalation . Move casualty to fresh air and keep at rest. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If not
To solve this homework question, you just follow the recipe, without being misled by a belief that the pH scale runs from 0 to 14. Hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. It ionizes completely. The concentration of H [math]^+[/math] ions is therefore 15 mol/liter. pH is the negative logarithm of this concentration, or -log(15) = -1.17
pH of Hydrochloric Acid Acidity and Alkalinity (pH) + An acid is a substance that yields hydrogen ions (H+) when dissolved in water, while bases are substances that yield hydroxide ions (OH-). Strong acids or bases ionize nearly completely in water to yield many hydrogen ions or hydroxide ions.
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Best Answer: Your question is unclear. Concentrated hydrochloric acid is an approximately 37% solution of HCl gas in water. So is your solution a 15% solution of hydrochloric acid in water or a 15% solution of HCl gas in water? Because pH is a logarithmic scale, concentrations in this range will not result ...
Physical properties of hydrochloric acid, such as boiling and melting points, density, and pH, depend on the concentration or molarity of HCl in the aqueous solution. They range from those of water at very low concentrations approaching 0% HCl to values for fuming hydrochloric acid at over 40% HCl.
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The pH is 1. HCl doesn't exists in 100% solutions, 37% is the maximum at room temperature and pressure. if that is what you have dilute it 12 times!
Molarity a.k.a. Concentration of a Solution is calculated as follows: Molarity = (no. of Moles of Solute) / Volume of Solution (in Litres) given data is 15% (m/v)…here m/v signifies mass by volume ratio, which means 15 units of mass (of Solute) are present in 100 units of volume (of Solvent)…i.e. 15g of NaOH is present in 100ml of Solution.
pH of Common Acids and Bases. Calculated pH values of common acids and bases for 1, 10, and 100 mmol/L (valid for standard conditions at 25°C, 1 atm; acidity constants are taken from here):