Answer to Question #170190 in General Chemistry for Danayrelys Guillen

Question #170190

A reaction calls for 4.82 mols of sulfuric acid (H2SO4) to neutralize a base. How many moles of hydrogen, H, would me added due to the addition of the sulfuric acid?

a) 2 mols H

b) 2.41 mols H

c) 9.64 mols H

d) 19.3 mols H


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Expert's answer
2021-03-09T06:06:32-0500

In the formula H2SO4 there are 2 moles of H+ ions for every mole of H2SO4


Therefore, moles of H+ = 2 x moles of H2SO4

= 2 x 4.82 mol

= 9.64 moles of H+ ions


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