Chemical problems of quantity and concentration of higher substances The laboratory is equipped with 100ml of 1mol / L sulfuric acid. How many ml of 98% concentrated sulfuric acid (density of 1.84g / ml) should be taken?

Chemical problems of quantity and concentration of higher substances The laboratory is equipped with 100ml of 1mol / L sulfuric acid. How many ml of 98% concentrated sulfuric acid (density of 1.84g / ml) should be taken?

Amount of substance requiring sulfuric acid n (H2SO4)
=1mol/L*0.1mol
Its mass m (H2SO4) = 0.1mol * 98g / mol = 9.8g
It is assumed that 98% volume V (98% H2SO4) is required
=9.8g/(1.84g/mol)=5.33ml
Answer:
The laboratory is equipped with 100ml of 1mol / L sulfuric acid, and 5.33ml of 98% concentrated sulfuric acid is required