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Homework Help: CHEMISTRY

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 10:56am.

A question asks to find out the pH at the half-neutrilization point. Can someone please explain what this is?

I think it should be that half the moles of the base NH3(being titrated with a strong acid, HI) have been neutrilized, but if this is so, I'm still stuck on how to approach the problem.

We only know the concentration+ volume of NH3 and the conc. of HI.

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