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Normality of a solution

What is Normality of a solution ? How to Calculate it ?

October 13, 2020

The normality of a solution is defined as the equivalent gram weight of any solute per liter of solution. It may also be known as the equivalent concentration. It is denoted by the symbol ‘N’. A gram equivalent weight or equivalent measures the reaction capacity of ion, molecule, etc. The equivalent value is calculated by the molecular weight and valence of that chemical species. Normality is a concentration unit that is reaction dependent. Normality is a unit of concentration in which a chemical solution is …

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