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Posted by senko on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 12:22pm.

Calculate the number of moles of KIO3 consumed by reaction (2.1). Remember, it is the limiting reagent. Using this information, calculate the number of moles of I- that must have been consumed by reaction.
Unbalanced equation: IO -(aq) + I-(aq) + H+(aq) I (aq) + H O(l)

Concentration of KIO3 is 0.1201 mol/l
Volume of KIO3 is 5.00ml or 0.005 L

I got the amount of mols for KIO3 but have no idea how to get it for I-

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