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Posted by Gagan on Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 1:34pm.

calculate the pH at 0ml at the quivalence point and at 40ml in a titration of 25 ml of .120M formic acid with .105M NaOH
(kA of formic acid= 1.8x10^-4)

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