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When one student did this experiment, he started with 19.5 mL of 0.118 M monoprotic acid. The endpoint was reached when 17 mL of base was added. What was the concentration of the base?

  • chemistry please help me please!!! -

    .002301 moles because .0195 L x .118
    .002301/.017 =molarity(concentration)

    Answer 0.135mol/L concentration

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    alison is assuming also a monoprotic base.

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