a solution that contains 1 gram-equivalent of a substance per liter of solution.
One which contains the gram-equivalent of the dissolved substance in a litre of solution. This normality stuff pretty much sucks for anything except acids and alkalis where the normality is simply calculated as 1 normal equaling a solution containing 1 mole of hydrogen ions. ie. 1 normal HCl = 1 molar, 1 normal H2SO4 = 0.5 molar
An aqueous solution containing one gram equivalent of the active reagent in I L of the solution.
A normal solution contains one gram equivalent weight of dissolved substance in a liter of solution. The equivalent weight of an acid is that weight which contains one gram atom of ionizable hydrogen or its chemical equivalent.
A solution containing a gram equivalent weight of a substance in one liter of solution. (See equivalent weight.)