Answer to Question #198753 in General Chemistry for Sebastian

Question #198753

how many mL of H2SO4 are neutralized if it takes 28.03 mL of 3.55 M NaOH to neutralize a 0.25 sample of H2SO4



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2021-05-26T07:08:23-0400

H2SO4(aq)+2NaOH(aq) Na2SO4(aq)+2H2O(l)

Moles of NaOH=(28.03*3.55)/1000=0.0995065moles

If 2=0.0995065moles

1=(1/2)*0.0995065

=0.0497533moles

Volume of H2SO4=(0.0497533moles*1000)/0.25

=199.013mL

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