# Hydrochloric Acid Volume to Weight Calculator

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Hydrochloric acid (HCl) is commonly used in laboratory and industrial processes. This calculator helps to determine the weight of pure HCl in a given volume of solution, based on its concentration and density.

### Calculation Formula

The formula used to calculate the weight of HCl is:

\[ \text{Weight of HCl (g)} = \text{Volume (mL)} \times \frac{\text{Density (g/mL)}}{1000} \times \frac{\text{Concentration (\%)}}{100} \]

### Example Calculation

If the volume of HCl solution is 500 mL, the concentration is 37%, and the density is 1.19 g/mL, the calculation would be:

\[ \text{Weight of HCl} = 500 \times \frac{1.19}{1000} \times \frac{37}{100} = 22.015 \text{ grams} \]

This provides the amount of pure HCl in the solution based on the input data.