What is the concentration of hydrogen ions in solution when 0.30 mol of nitric acid are dissolved in enough water to make 500.0 mL of solution? A. 0.60 M B. 0.15 M C. 0.30 M D. 1.2 M

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What is the concentration of hydrogen ions in solution when 0.30 mol of nitric acid are dissolved in enough water to make 500.0 mL of solution? A. 0.60 M B. 0.15 M C. 0.30 M D. 1.2 M

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Nitric acid is a strong acid so it fully dissociates into Nitrate and Hydrogen i.e. HNO3 -> H+ + -NO3 Secondly you need to use the formula: Molarity = Moles/Liters
to find the molarity of hydrogen
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So the molarity of hydrogen is 0.0006?
NO, the volume has to be in L you have to convert the mL to L
1L = 1000mL
so to convert: multiply 500mL by (1L/1000mL) note when you multiply mL cancels out and you are left with just liters
This works for almost all units
Unit conversion is important to know
There are tons of youtube videos on the topic
it works the same as exponent division
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0.60 because Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution (500.0 mL = 0.5 Liters) M = 0.30 moles HNO3/0.5 L = 0.60 M H + ions in solution
The concentration of the nitric acid solution is 0.60 M, and the nitric acid will dissociate completely to H+ (aq) and NO3- (aq). This means the hydrogen ion concentration is equal to the starting concentration of the acid.
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