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## How would you prepare 0.1 mole of NaOH?

**Preparation and Standardization of 0.1 M Sodium Hydroxide**

- Take about 100ml of distilled water in a cleaned and dried 1000 ml volumetric flask.
- Add about 4.2 gm of Sodium hydroxide with continues stirring.
- Add more about 700ml of distilled water, mix and allow to cool to room temperature.

## How do you make a 1% NaOH solution?

Making 1 N solution of NaOH

To make 1 N solution, **dissolve 40.00 g of sodium hydroxide in water to make volume 1 liter**.

## How do you make 0.2 mol NaOH?

Use sodium hydroxide’s molar mass to determine how many grams would contain this many moles. If you add **0.64 g of** solid sodium hydroxide to the stock solution you’ll get a 0.2-M solution of (approximately) the same volume.

## How can we prepare 0.1 N NaOH in 100 mL?

To make 1N NaOH solution = dissolve 40 grams of NaOH in 1L of water. To make 0.1N NaOH solution = dissolve 40 grams of NaOH in 1L of water. For 100 ml of water = (4/1000) × 100 = **0.4 g** of NaOH. Thus, the amount of NaOH required to prepare 100ml of 0.1N NaOH solution is 0.4 g of NaOH.

## How would you prepare a 10% solution of NaOH?

That means you need to dissolve 40 g of NaOH in water to obtain a 1 liter of 1M (or 1N) NaOH solution. To prepare a 10M NaOH solution, you need to **dissolve 10 times more NaOH** i.e., 400 g of NaOH for 1 L solution.

## What is a 5% solution?

To make a 5% solution, **take one part by weight of powder and add it to 19 parts by weight of solvent**. For example, dissolve 50 grams of sodium carbonate in 950 grams of water. … A 5% solution could be made with 50 grams of sodium carbonate dissolved in 950 ml of water.

## How do I make a 50% NaOH solution?

Stock solution, 50% (by weight): **Add 100 mL of distilled water to 100 g of** reagent grade sodium hydroxide (NaOH) pellets and stir until solution is complete.

## What does a 5% solution mean?

www.citycollegiate.com. 5% v / v solution means **5 ml of solute is dissolved 100 ml of solution**.

## What is a 1 normal solution?

Normality (N) is another way to quantify solution concentration. … A 1N solution contains **1 gram-equivalent weight of solute per liter of solution**. Expressing gram-equivalent weight includes the consideration of the solute’s valence.

## How do you make 1 mole of HCl?

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

…**Assume that you want to prepare 1 L of 1 mol/L HCl.**

- Calculate the moles of HCl needed. …
- Calculate the mass of HCl Needed. …
- Calculate the mass of solution required.

## How do you calculate normality?

**Normality Formula**

- Normality = Number of gram equivalents × [volume of solution in litres]
^{–}^{1} - Number of gram equivalents = weight of solute × [Equivalent weight of solute]
^{–}^{1} - N = Weight of Solute (gram) × [Equivalent weight × Volume (L)]
- N = Molarity × Molar mass × [Equivalent mass]
^{–}^{1}

## What is the pH of a 0.2 M solution of NaOH?

(pH=**13.30**)

## What is 0.2m solution?

A 0.2 M solution has **0.2 moles of potassium phosphate in 1.0 L water**.

## How will you prepare 0.2 M solution from 1M NaOH?

If you add **0.64 g of** solid sodium hydroxide to the stock solution you’ll get a 0.2-M solution of (approximately) the same volume.