## How would you prepare 0.1 M solution from 1M solution?

Take 1 part of your stock solution and add 9 parts of solvent (usually water but sometimes alcohol or other organic solvent). In all cases you are diluting by the same factor. The concentration of the resulting solution is 1M /10 = 0.1M where 10 is the dilution factor.

## How do you make a 1M solution of HCl?

To make 1 L of 1 mol/L HCl, we take 88 mL of the concentrated solution and add water to make a total of 1 L.

How do you make 1M nitric acid?

1L contains 15.6 moles, therefore 1 mole is contained within = 1L / 15.6 moles. Add 64.1mL, or 90.4g, of SEASTAR™’s Nitric Acid to water up to 1L to make a 1 Molar Solution of Nitric Acid.

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### How do you dilute HCl solution to 1 n?

Now to dilute 0.1 M HCL from 37.5\% concentrated HCL solution, you need to find the normality first. Simply multiply 0.1 M with 1 will give you 0.1 N. The equivalent mass is the molar mass divided by by the number of hydrogen ions. Molar mass for HCL is 36.4611 g/mol.

### How to prepare 1 M HCl solution?

Typically, to prepare 0.1 M HCL solution you will need to dilute it from the stock solution or concentrated HCL. I assume that you use concentrated HCL. Most concentrated HCL exist in 37.5\%. As far as we know, 37.5\% concetrated HCL is not a pure HCL. So, we need to do a bit of calculation to dilute it to the desired concentration.

How to prepare a liter of normal HCl?

Since HCl is monoprotic, 0.1 normal is 0.1 mol/L. Concentrated HCl is typically about 12.1 mol/L. So to prepare a liter of 0.1 normal HCl: 1. place several hundred mL of water in a 1 L volumetric flask. 2. Add 8 mL of concentrated HCl to the flask. 3. Mix 4. Add water to the mark on the flask.