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how many mL of a .25 M HCL would be required to neutralize completely 30mL of a .2 M Ca(OH)2

can anyone give a more detailed explanation?

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    No. Do you have any questions over what I gave you? It was the most standard titration equation.

    You can do it also by writing the balanced equation, and looking for it by using mole relationships.

    I will be happy to critique your work.

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