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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Christie on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 1:25am.

Given the following equation:
2CH3CO2H + Ca(OH)2 --> Ca(CH3CO2)2 +H2O

If you start with 30 ml of a 5% solution of acetic acid, how much of a .1M Ca(OH)2 solution would it take to completely neutralize the acid?

I'm not quite sure how to start? Should I convert 30 ml to moles? and then use stoichiometry from the equation to convert it to Ca(OH)2?

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