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need to calculate the mass (m ) of NaoH with C% = 15 % , to balance 176 g of H2SO4 so i though to use this method C% = mass of h2s04 / mass of h2so4 + mass of Naoh which is unknown mass of Naoh = c% x mass of h2so4 / 100 is this the right method or not ?

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ok this problem has made me crazy , 15 % is w\v ok , so i just the m1 , the mass of naoh i don't need the volume , so ill reformulate the problem again , I need the mass of naoh with conc.15% w/v in 176 g h2so4 ok
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