How much water is formed when 1.0 mol of #HCl# reacts completely with 1.0 mol of #NaOH#?
n = number of moles
m = mass of substance
M = molar mass
Looking at the equation:
Since all compounds in this reaction have 1 mole, it will not affect the number of moles (n).
If 1 mole of HCl or NaOH gives you 1 mole of
Now you have to find out the molar mass (M) of water (
Before that, take note that you know what atoms are present in
Refer to your periodic table and you can see molar mass of (?) is:
Hydrogen = 1.0 g/mol
Oxygen = 16.0 g/mol
Therefore the molar mass (M) of
Last step, find the mass (m) of water.
The formula of finding mass of substance (m) is:
The mass of
Therefore 18.0 grams of water is formed when 1 mole of HCl reacts completely with 1 mole of NaOH.