# If you mix 3.0 mL of CuSO4 (0.060 M) with 12.0 mL of HNO3 (1.0 M), how do you calculate the...

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If you mix 3.0 mL of {eq}CuSO_4 {/eq} (0.060 M) with 12.0 mL of {eq}HNO_3 {/eq} (1.0 M), how do you calculate the concentration of {eq}CuSO_4 {/eq}?

## Molarity:

The unit of concentration of molarity is equivalent to moles of solute per liter of solution. The unit abbreviation for molarity is a capital "M". This implies that the moles in a given solution is equal to the product of the molar concentration and the volume in liters.

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View this answerCopper (II) sulfate and nitric acid will react according to the double displacement reaction:

{eq}\rm CuSO_4 + 2HNO_3 \to Cu(NO_3)_2 + H_2SO_4...

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