## What is the density of sodium hydroxide?

2.13 g/cm³

Sodium hydroxide/Density

### How do you find the density of sodium hydroxide?

Just calculate the following: d {g/L}=(c {mol/L} * v {L}) * mw {g/mol} / v {L}; here, (c * v) * mw gives the mass of your NaOH solution (providing that v is given in liters), and further dividing it to v gives the density. So just multiply the concentration with molecular weight, that gives the density in g/L.

#### What is the density of 50 sodium hydroxide?

1.515g/mL

Specifications

Concentration | 50% in H2O |
---|---|

Linear Formula | NaOH |

Density | 1.515g/mL at 25°C |

UN Number | UN1824 |

Formula Weight | 40g/mol |

**What is the density of 25 NaOH?**

**What is the density of 100% NaOH?**

## What is the density of 25% NaOH?

### How do I find the density of an object?

The formula for density is the mass of an object divided by its volume. In equation form, that’s d = m/v , where d is the density, m is the mass and v is the volume of the object. The standard units are kg/m³.

#### What is the rule for density?

The formula for density is d = M/V, where d is density, M is mass, and V is volume. Density is commonly expressed in units of grams per cubic centimetre.

**What is the normality of sodium hydroxide?**

Normality and molarity of sodium hydroxide are the same. The normality of 10% is 2.5 so, in theory at least, diluting it 25 times should render a normality of 0.1N. The problem is of course as stated above, that the percentage can and likely will vary.

**Why is sodium hydroxide used in hydroxide tests?**

Sodium Hydroxide Test. . This test uses sodium hydroxide or aqueous ammonia to test and identify metal ions by the precipitation formed . Sodium Hydroxide or Aqueous Ammonia is added to the solution being tested and the color of precipitation formed allows for identification of the compound.

## What is the concentration of the sodium hydroxide?

Sodium hydroxide ( NaOH , caustic soda, lye) is a strong alkali (base). It is used as flakes, granules or as an aqueous solution, mostly at concentrations of 48 % to 50 %.

### Is sodium hydroxide conductive?

Sodium hydroxide ( NaOH ) is an ionic salt. In solid form, it will not conduct electricity. When dissolved in water, however, it will. In order to conduct electricity, a substance has to be able to allow an electrical charge to move through it.