Convert to mg/L using dimensional analysis:
1. 0.01 N Ca+2. Here is additional info: salt is CaCl2
2. 1M HCO3
3. 0.02 N H2SO4
4. 0.02 M SO4 2- (i.e)sulfate ion
normality = number of equivalents / 1 L of solution.
1. .01 N Ca+2. Here is additional info: salt is CaCl2
In 1 mole of CaCl2, there are two moles of Cl- for every mole of Ca2+, so the concentration of Cl- as well ...
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