How many grams of 10% sulfuric acid can be obtained from 150 g of a 98% solution of H2SO4?

150 g of a 98% solution contains 150 * 0.98 = 147 g of acid
Let’s make the equation:
10% = 147 * 100% / x
Solving, we get that x = 1470 g

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