Q. 94.1( 15 Votes )

10ml of H2SO4 is dissolved in 90 ml of water. Calculate mass by volume percentage of solution.

Answer :

Given:
Volume of H2SO4 = 10ml

Density of H2SO4 = 1.84 g/ml



Now, we know,


Mass = Density × Volume


= (10 ml × 1.84 g/ml) g


= 18.4g


Total volume of the solution= (10+90) ml


= 100ml


Mass by volume percentage



= 18.4 %


Hence, the mass by volume percentage of the solution is 18.4 %

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