The concentration of solution is

**Further Explanation:
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The concentration is the proportion of substance in the mixture. The most commonly used concentration terms are as follows:

**1.** Molarity (M)

**2**. Molality (m)

**3**. Mole fraction (X)

**4.** Parts per million (ppm)

**5.** Mass percent ((w/w) %)

**6.** Volume percent ((v/v) %)

**Molarity** is a concentration term that is defined as the number of moles of solute dissolved in one litre of the solution. It is denoted by M and its unit is **mol/L**.

The molarity equation is given by the following expression:

Here,

is the molarity of the first solution.

is the volume of the first solution.

is the molarity of the second solution.

is the volume of the second solution.

In the concerned question, is neutralized by . So molarity equation becomes,

…… (1)

Here,

is the molarity of solution.

is the volume of solution.

is the molarity of solution.

is the volume of solution.

Rearrange equation (1) to calculate .

…… (2)

The value of is 13 mL.

The value of is 0.100 M.

The value of is 17 mL.

Substitute these values in equation (2).

Hence the **concentration of barium hydroxide solution is 0.076 M.
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**Answer details:
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**Grade:** Senior School

**Subject:** Chemistry

**Chapter:** Concentration terms

**Keywords:** molarity, 13 mL, 17 mL, 0.076 M, Ba(OH)2, M1, V1, M2, V2, HNO3, 0.100 M, molarity, volume.