The molarity of the sulfuric acid solution will be
You are dealing with a neutralization reaction - in this case, a strong acid and a strong base react to produce salt and water. The balanced chemical equation looks like this
SIDE NOTE - the reaction takes place in aqueous solution; taht being said, I won't go into the net ionic equation
Now look at the mole ratio you have between
Apply the aforementioned mole ratio to see exactly how many moles of
The last thing to do is use the formula for molarity
Don't forget to transform mL into L, since molarity uses liters, not mililiters!
First convert the weight of
Relative atomic masses are
For a total molecular mass
Since sulfuric acid
The molarity of the solution=
Which is a very strong solution -- you may (almost) call this concentrated sulfuric acid. Don't spill it on your skin!
Let's call this a thought experient. You would NOT want to do this in practice, not even in a fume cupboard, as the result will get explosive due to the extreme heat developed in this reaction!