Problem: How many moles of H+ aqueous ions are present in 750mL of 0.65M HCl?

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HCl is a strong acid → completely dissociates in a soi

HCl(aq) → H+(aq) + Cl-(aq)


Given:            [HCl] = 0.65 M

Ratio:             1 mol of HCl produces 1 mol of H+


[H+] = [HCl]
[H+] = 0.65 M

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How many moles of H+ aqueous ions are present in 750mL of 0.65M HCl?

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