To prepare the solution, the specified output quantity is dissolved with stirring in a liter of water.
For the preparation of concentrated solutions of a multiple of the amount given in a first approximation may be used. Example: To produce a 6 molar nitric acid, you can use three times the amount for the two molar solution, ie three times 140 ml of a 65% nitric acid.
|Solution to be prepared|||||Output quantity for 1 liter diluted solution|
|% by weight||Density (g/ml)||mol/l|||||% by weight||ml|
|Potassium hydroxide solution||10,5||1,09||2|||||113g solid KOH|
|caustic soda||7,5||1,08||2|||||80g solid NaOH|
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