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lander
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Post by lander »

got some struggles with the normality formula! at least that's how it is called in Dutch,

Cn = Gramequivalent / Volume s

What do they mean with Gramequivalent and how do I calculate this?

Kind regards :P
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Depending on the reaction.
1 mol/ l = 1 molar =1 m

Normalität is molarity/ equivalent n = m/eq

1 m HCl = 1 n HCl
1 m H2SO4 = 2 n H2SO4
1 m La( OH)3 = 3 n La (OH)3
1 m KMnO4 = 5 n KMnO4
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