Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsChemistry · 4 weeks ago

Can someone please help me with this chemistry problem? ?

If a solution is said to be 1 M HCl, aqueous, what is actually in the solution? What makes up the majority of the solution? What is the solvent? What ions or molecules are present?

1 Answer

  • 4 weeks ago

    Water molecules constitute the vast majority of the solution because it is the solvent. The solution also contains hydrated chloride ions and hydrated protons, both of which are present at 1 M concentrations.

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