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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, November 26, 2010 at 10:34pm.

You want to measure the oxalic acid contents in 20 ml of a solution. To this end, you add 100 mmol sodium dichromate to the solution. Then you titrate the remainder of the dichromate with a Fe2+ solution of 1 mM, of which you need 11 ml. What was the concentration of oxalic acid in the original solution?

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