Answer to Question #120977 in Inorganic Chemistry for Alisha

Question #120977
A 6.20mL sample of 0.10mol/hydrochloride acid is used to standardized sodium hydroxide. What the concentration of the sodium hydroxide?
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2020-06-12T07:30:17-0400

The reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide is as following:



Thus, we can calculate the amount in moles of HCl in a given solution:



The reactants are interacting in a ratio 1 to 1. Thus, the amount of sodium hydroxide is equal to 6.2*10-4 moles.


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