Ammonia was dissolved in 730 g of 20% hydrochloric acid solution. How much salt was formed during this.

We are looking for the molar mass of hydrochloric acid. It is equal to 36.5 g / mol. We have the mass of the hydrochloric acid solution, according to the formula W = m (g.y.) / m (solution) * 100% we find the mass of the solute HCl. We have this mass equal to 146 g. Now we are looking for the molar mass of salt. By proportion, we find the mass of salt that is formed as a result of the reaction.

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