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Concentrated hydrochloric acid has a density of 1.15g cm^-3 and contains 30.0% by mass hydrogen chloride. How do you determine the concentration of the hydrochloric acid? What volume of this must be diluted to 5.00 dm3 to give a solution of concentration 0.200 mol dm-3

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    concentration= no of moles / volume

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    for the second part ... use the equation |dw:1344593506401:dw|

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    c= concentration and V= volume

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