Posted by **Emily** on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 8:18pm.

What volume of 1.0 M HCl would react completely with 0.20 grams of NaC2H3O2*3H2O?

It sounds like an equation I would set up as this and would use mole ratios to calculate the answer:

HCl + NaC2H3O2*3H2O -->

But I am confused as to what I would put as the products, let alone how to even begin the problem. Any help is greatly appreciated :)

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