The first thing you will do is to balance the equation:

This is the balanced equation.

Ca

Moles Ca

Then find the molar concentration of H

To get it we must know the density in g/L

density x 98 / 100 = g/L

divide by molar mass of H2SO4 and you have the morality.

If you tell me at once the density I will answer you.

This is the balanced equation.

Ca

_{3}(PO_{4})_{2+}3H_{2}SO_{4}>>2H_{3}PO_{4}+ 3CaSO_{4}Moles Ca

_{3}(PO_{4})_{2}= 1000 g / 310.18 g/mol =3.22Then find the molar concentration of H

_{2}SO_{4}To get it we must know the density in g/L

density x 98 / 100 = g/L

divide by molar mass of H2SO4 and you have the morality.

If you tell me at once the density I will answer you.