i have 5liter 98% h2so4 now, i want to convert it in 92% by
adding water....so...howmuch water i have to add ?
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Answer / rahul kulkarni
WE KNOW FAMOUS FORMULA (X1).(Y1)= (X2).(Y2)
GIVEN CONC X VOLUME TO BE CONSIDERD=NEW CONC XFINAL DILUTION
98 X 5 = 92 X FINAL DILUTION
(98*5)/ 92 = FINAL DILUTION
LET US MINUS 5.326 LIT -5.000 LIT = 0.326 LIT.
= 326 ML WATER TO BE ADDED
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Answer / upendra p
We have 98% of H2SO4 5000 Ml
we need how much water add to convert 92%
98/92*5000=5326 means 5326-5000=326Ml
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