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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Miguel on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 8:08pm.

The reaction of a metal ion, M^2+, with EDTA is given in the following equation:

M^2+(aq) + Y^4-(aq) <==> MY^2-(aq)

The EDTA was standardized with a 0.04 M Zn^2+ solution. 25.05 mL of EDTA solution was used to titrate the Zn^2+ solution. From this standardization, calculate the concentration of the EDTA solution.

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