I made 1000 ml of sodium chlorite and wish to make 1000 ml of HCl. My HCl is 31.45%. How many grams or ml of distilled water and HCl do I combine to get 4% ? Also; What is the stable shelf life of sodium chlorite and HCl when dilluted to proper measures? They will be stored in 4 oz amber bottles with plastic caps. They are for my family.............Thank you..................James
How to make HCL Part B The G2CU Easy Way!Making a 4oz/120ml bottle of HCL (Hydrochloric Acid)Tools & Supplies 0-200g scale, distilled water, 200ml beaker, 100ml beaker, 50ml beaker, 37% HCL, pipette, plastic stirring tool, empty 4oz/120ml bottle, a plastic funnelStep 1. Set a 0 - 200g scale to grams. Place a 200g/ml beaker on a scale and tare.Step 2. Pour 107.0g/ml of distilled water into the beaker. Remove off of the scale.Step 3. Place a 50g/ml beaker onto the scale and tare.Step 4. Using proper safety methods, pour 15.0g/ml 37% HCL acid into this beaker, thenStep 5. Pour the HCL acid into the 200g/ml beaker of distilled water. It is now diluted to 4%. Finalize by: Pouring contents of both beakers, into a 4 oz/ml dropper bottle.Label it Part B, 4% HCL Acid
Hi I would like to confirm that we can use hydrochloric acid(muriatic acid).
in a grade that is sold in a hardware store or similar.
I read one thing saying the difference in hydrochloric acid and muriatic acid is the purity of the product and the latter can contain some iron impurities?
We are struggling to find a more pure grade product in Quebec.
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