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Posted by Ruby on Monday, February 5, 2007 at 4:55pm.

mols of HCl= 0.1N X 0.5L=0.05 mols of HCl

Therefore, number of mols of 2N NaOH needed to obtain pH 6.8:

0.05 mols HCL/2 = 25 mL

Is this right?

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