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Homework Help: For DrBob222

Posted by Andrew on Wednesday, January 9, 2008 at 6:29pm.

I'm not surprised the answer was wrong.
Chemical reactions are by mols and not by grams; therefore, 1 mol of each reactant produces 1 mol of each product but a mol is not a gram.
SO, convert 0.5839 g KHC2O4 to mols, convert mols KHC2O4 to mols KOH (that's the 1:1 part), then calculate the molarity of KOH. Post your work if you get stuck. I expect you will have no trouble.

when i converted KHC204 to mols, i got 0.00455 mols. when i divide that by the total volume (0.05699 L), i get 0.08, however, the answer is supposed to be 0.142.

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