I am writing a physicsreport about hydrochloricacid, but I have a quick question, and I don't have time to ask my teacher so I hope you can help me. I am making hydrochloricacid from NaCl and [tex] NaHSO_4 [/tex], then I get HCl and [tex] Na_2 SO_4 [/tex], and when let the HCl get in contact with water it becomes acid. My question is, can you then make 100% (or 99% if you want) hydrochloricacid by adding 470 times more HCl as water or is the HCl somehow not as strong as if you had done it other ways? I know this may sound incredible stupid, but I want to be 100% that my answer is correct. Thanks a bunch in advance.