# What is the molarity of the solution of the nitric acid?

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What is the molarity of a 93% Nitric acid solution?

OK, I understand that molarity is moles of solute/Litres of solution. With a high mass percentage of the HNO3 which is more then the percentage of water...so technically water is the solute here. Nevertheless, I realize that the 93% pertains to the concentration...

density ( g/L) x 93 / 100 = g/L of HNO3 in the solution g/L / Molar mass HNO3 => Molarity

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HNO3 + KOH → H2O + KNO3 Supposing the missing units to be "30.00 mL": (43.55 mL) x (...

ok, so the reaction between these 2 is: Ba(OH)2 + 2HNO3 ----> Ba(NO3)2 + 2H2O you have 0.216 grams...

KOH + HNO3 -> KNO3 + H2O Notice the 1:1 ratio of KOH to HNO3? 16ml = .016L .016L x .16M KOH = .0...

E. 15.8 M

25ml of 0.3 M NaOH=0.0075mol so that means 0.0075mol/0.021L will give you the molarity of HNO3 which...

Anonymous at ChaCha

Molarity is determined by dividing grams of a substance by its (Molecular Weight X Volume).

Anonymous at ChaCha

I believe the answer to be 0.0842 M HNO3.

Anonymous at ChaCha

Molarity is moles solute divided by liters of solution. How many moles of nitric acid are there?

Anonymous at ChaCha

The molarity of a 300ml solution of 1.0M Nitric Acid diluted with 125ml of water is 16M.

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