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if 24.25 mL of a standard M NaOH solution is required to neutralize 26.00 mL of H2SO4, what is the molarity of the acid solution?

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    You have to know the concentration of the NaOH solution.

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    Lets say that the NaOH solution is X M.

    Number of millimoles of NAOH used is
    24.25 x X

    each millimole of NaOH neutralises half a millimole of H2SO4

    so number of millimoles of H2SO4 is
    24.25 x X x 0.5

    if C (in mole per litre) is the concentration of H2SO4 then

    26.00 x C = 24.24 x X x 0.5

    C = 24.24 x X x 0.5/26.00

    and you can find C when you know X

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