Posted by **Wendell** on Monday, October 3, 2011 at 9:37pm.

A storage tank containing 1.6x10^4 Liters of water is found to be contaminated with nitric acid and therefore has a pH of 3.78. Calculate the volume of 0.050 M sodium hydroxide required to be added to the tank in order to neutralize (pH = 7.0) the contaminated water.

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