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imron07

  • 2 years ago

Need Help, Urgent, please: What doeas "N" mean in HCl 0,5 N

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  1. Hcgturtle
    • 2 years ago
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    .5 means it is half in percentage. in a liter ofcourse. if 1M it would be 1N in HCL concentrations.

  2. imron07
    • 2 years ago
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    Can you be more spesific about that 1N thing?

  3. babybaby
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    The 'N' stands for 'Normal'. In acid/base chemistry, 'Normality' is used to express the concentration of protons or hydroxide ions in the solution. Here, the normality differs from the molarity by an integer value - each solute can produce n equivalents of reactive species when dissolved.

  4. imron07
    • 2 years ago
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    Is there any equation to measure it?

  5. babybaby
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    multiply the molarity to the value of N

  6. imron07
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    Mmmm, okay. Thanks @babybaby

  7. babybaby
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    no probs

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