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Homework Help: Ap Chemistry

Posted by Hilary on Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 12:04pm.

I'm doing the calculations on the lab "Oxidizing Power of Laundry Bleach," and I'm stuck on one part. This is what I have so far:
My average volume of sodium thiosulfate is 6.94 ML. I then converted that into moles and got 6.94X10^-4 moles. That means that NaClO is equal to that. Then I converted that to grams and got .0258 grams NaClO. I am stuck on determining the mass of NaClO per gram of bleach. What do I do?

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