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You are titrating an unknown weak acid you hope to identify. Your titrant is a 0.0935 mol/L NaOH solution, and the titration requires 22.3 mL to reach the equivalence point. How many moles of acid were in your sample?

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    moles NaOH = M x L.
    moles weak acid = moles NaOH IF the weak acid is a monoprotic acid; otherwise, moles acid will be 1/2 if diprotic (and both hydrogens are titrated together) or 1/3 if triprotic (and all three hydrogens are titrated together).

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    So dumb bob what the ans.

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    0.456

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