Answer to Question #185155 in General Chemistry for hayley samantha farah

Question #185155

Find the number of moles of the H+ ion in 175 mL of 1.325 M sulfuric acid (H2SO4). Assume the acid fully dissociates.


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2021-04-30T04:51:21-0400

H2SO4 = 2H+ + SO42- .


Moles of H2SO4 = 175 × 1.325 / 1000 .


= 0.232 moles .


Moles of H+ = ( 2 × 0.232 ) moles

= 0.464 moles .


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