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How do you find the molecular weight of h2so4?
Last Updated: 29th January, 2020
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People also ask, what is the molecular weight of h2so4?
Additionally, how do I calculate molecular weight? Calculate the total mass for each element inthemolecule. Multiply the atomic mass of each element by thenumberof atoms of that element: (Atomic Mass of Element) x (# ofatoms ofthat element). Do this for each element in themolecule. Inour carbon dioxide example, the mass of thesingle carbon atom is12.011 amu.
Similarly one may ask, how do you find the equivalent weight of h2so4?
Equivalent weights may be calculated frommolarmasses if the chemistry of the substance is well known:sulfuricacid has a molar mass of 98.078(5)gmol−1, and supplies two molesofhydrogen ions per mole of sulfuric acid, soitsequivalent weight is 98.078(5)gmol−1/2eqmol−1 = 49.039(3)geq−1.
What is the percentage oxygen by weight in h2so4?
Percent composition by element