thx for the help. However, Borak & Kryolith, my I check with both of you the meaning of 1N against wat? Please pardon me if I sound silly, however, isn't 1N H2SO4 naturally refers to 0.5M?
Do I make use of the density, 1.84g/ml?
You're absolutely right Borek. If somebody talks about 1N H2SO4 without any further descriptions, 1 N commonly refers to the H+ concentration. However one should always use molarity nowadays to avoid ambiguities.
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