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What is the exact weight of 100 ml. HCl (30-33%) 02 May 2021 12:59 #68807

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HCl is not easy to measure with syrnges. I think weighing it is a better option. My question is simple. 

My stock HCl is of 30-33% concentration. In this case, what is the ratio ?
 
I mean for each 100 ml. how much grams will I see on the kitchen scale ? 


In the past there were calculations on 37% HCl. Now that I'm totally confused, I need a clarification 

Or in other words, is there any formula to obtain %4 HCl out of 30-33% HCl.. 

Thanks for the help. 

 
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What is the exact weight of 100 ml. HCl (30-33%) 02 May 2021 23:38 #68813

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Use 4th calculator down the page. Measure HCL with a graduated cylinder.

Weigh water with a scale. 1 gram = 1ml of water

www.handymath.com/cgi-bin/hcltble3.cgi?submit=Entry
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What is the exact weight of 100 ml. HCl (30-33%) 03 May 2021 11:46 #68826

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Thanks for the reply :) 

Water is not a problem to weigh. My question was in fact about the weight of the hydrochloric acid. How many grams of HCl would make 100 ml. of HCl. ?
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What is the exact weight of 100 ml. HCl (30-33%) 03 May 2021 19:11 #68827

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mmsforum.io/goto/mms/25606-how-to-make-hcl-4-solution-mms-activation-solution-must-be-4?start=54 

Max's recipe to make 4% HCL from 37% HCL is: 

15 grams of 37% HCL + 107 grams of water

37% HCL weighs 1.185 grams per milliliter
15 grams ÷ 1.19 = 12.6 ml of 37% HCL (round up to 13 ml) 

Add 13 ml (15 grams) of 37% HCL to 107 ml (107 grams) of water = 120 ml (4 fl oz) of 4% HCL

Look up the weight of your HCL concentration "Hydrochloric Acid Solutions in Water" in the chart at 
www.handymath.com/cgi-bin/hcltble3.cgi?submit=Entry

 
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