1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Question: A 1 N solution of ##H_2SO_4## will contain approximately 0.5 mol of the compound per liter of solution. (a) True (b) False Correct answer: (a) True 2. Relevant equations Normality = GramsOfSolute/(AmountOfSolvent*EquivalentWeight) EquivalentWeight = MolecularWeight/Valence I don't know how to find the valence 3. The attempt at a solution I watched this ( ) and this ( ) and also found this ( http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Normality ). I'm assuming hydrogen is the solute, but could someone please tell me how I'm supposed to know this? So, 1 mole of H amounts to about 1.01 g of H, so 2 moles of H amounts to about 2.02 g of H. Then, Normality = (2.02 g of H) / (2 mol of H * EquivalentWeight), and I don't know how to proceed from here. Could someone please help me understand how to get the correct answer?