What is the molar concentration of #HCl# if a #10.5*g# mass of the acid is made up to a volume of #100*mL# in water?

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Jul 3, 2016

Answer:

There is no such beast as ammonium hydroxide. There is #NH_3*H_2O#, at various concentrations.

Explanation:

We can work out the concentration of the hydrochloric acid:

#(10.500*g)/(36.46*g*mol^-1)xx1/(0.100*L)# #=# #??mol*L^-1#.

#"Ammonium hydroxide"# is unknown. There is ammonia in water. This question makes no chemical sense.