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Posted by Fai on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 1:13am.

A flask containing 5.00ml of 3M hcl solution required 14.45 of 1.00M naoh for titration. How many moles of hcl are present in the solution? The density of 3M hcl is 1.05g/ml.

My calculation

0.005L x 3M = 0.015 moles
0.01445 x 1m = 0.01445 moles

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