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Homework Help: Organic Chemistry

Posted by Jake on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 at 1:25pm.

I am suppose to calculate the theoretical amount (volume) of 3M sodium hydroxide needed to convert 1.5 g of benzoic acid to its salt.
Also calculate the volume of 12M HCl needed to convert the sodium benzoate back to benzoic acid.
how do I go about doing this?
Thanks

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