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A sulfuric acid solution has a density of 1.49 g/mL and contains 59 percent H2SO4

by mass. what is the molarity of this solution?

.59x98g = 57.82g H2SO4

1mL/1.49g x 57.82g H2SO4 = .0388L

57.82g H2SO4/ 98g H2SO4 = .59 mol

.59 mol/.0388L = 15.206 M H2SO4

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# Molarity of solution

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