Calculate the molarity of 0.6 N H3PO4.


Calculate the molarity of 0.6 N H3PO4.

Polyprotic Acid:

A polyprotic acid contains multiple numbers of acidic protons that can be removed by a base. Depending on their number of acidic protons, polyprotic acids are named as diprotic acid, triprotic acid etc. The example of a polyprotic acid is phosphoric acid.

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The relation between the normality and the molarity of a polyprotic acid that contains {eq}n {/eq} number of acidic protons is given as:


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