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# How many moles is 10mL of HCL?

10mL of 6M HCl is how many moles?

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- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
given that:

Volume = 10 mL= 0.01 L and Molarity = 6 M

if you want to find moles(n), here's the formula

n = Molarity x Volume = 6 x 0.01 = 0.06 moles

ok? rate then

- 7 years ago
10 mL = 10/1000 L = 0.01 Litres

and, 6 M (molar) is equal to = 6 moles per litre

so just multiply the the number of moles per litre (6) by the number of litres you have (0.01)

6 x 0.01 = 0.06 moles

- Anonymous7 years ago
Molarity equals moles over volume (L)

6=n/.01

n=0.06 moles

Source(s): brain - Anonymous7 years ago
10mL = 0.01L

6M = 6mols /L

6mols / L * (0.01L) --> (liters cancel out) ---> 0.06mols

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