I am trying to make 100g of Zinc chloride (zinc + hydraulic acid)
Zinc atomic weight (Zn) = 65.4
zinc chloride formula weight (Zn Cl2) = 136.3
hydraulic acid atomic weight (hcl) = idon't have
so 100g will need as much zinc as = 100g /65.4 * 136.3 = 48g
Am I wright (last chemical course was 20 years ago) and how do you
calculate the needed hydrochloric acid?
"Jif" <[Only registered and activated users can see links. Click Here To Register...].mit.edu> wrote in message
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HCl = hydrogen chloride (mw 36.5).
Hydrochloric acid = approx 32% HCl in water.
It worries me a bit that you call it "hydraulic acid" 2 out of 3 times. Also
that you got the right answer (48g) with the wrong calculation. How pure is
You sure you want to do this reaction?
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