How many millimoles of H+ are present in 14.6 milliliters of 0.3 M H2SO4 solution?
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1000 ml of 0.3 M h2so4 soln contains 0.6 mols or 600 millimoles of H+ ions because each molecule of H2SO4 contains two H+ ions.
Therefore number of millimoles of H+ ions present in 14.6 ml of the acid solution = 14.6 ml ×(600 millimoles/1000 ml)= 8.76 millimoles.
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