# How to Calculate Normality of a Solution?

Short tutorial on how to calculate normality of a solution.

## Introduction

The Normality of a Solution (N) is defined as the gram equivalent weight of a solute
per liter of solution. It may also be called the equivalent
concentration.

**Formula:**

**Normality (N) = Gram Equivalent Weight / Liter of Solution**

Let us learn how to calculate normality of a solution with a neat example here.

**Example:**

Given that the gram equivalent weight of the substance be 40 and that of the liter of solution be 85. Calculate Normality of a Solution (N).

**Solution:**

Normality (N) = Gram Equivalent Weight / Liter of Solution

Normality (N) = 40 / 85

Normality of a Solution (N) = 0.470

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