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what is the result of using 75g of dihydronoxybutanedioric acid in one liter of H2O in a titration?

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    I don't know what this compound is and google doesn't either. Check for typos.

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    2,3-Dihydroxybutanedioic is tartaric acid
    HOOCCH(OH)CH(OH)COOH
    MOL WT> 150.09
    What is the result of using 75g of this tartaric acid in one liter as a titration.
    I am not told what the one liter solution is for the titration.

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    Not much to go on. No details about titrating what. The only quick thing that comes to mind is that tartaric acid is a diprotic acid which means it will take TWO mols of base to neutralize it instead of just one.
    Also, when I typed your second post (without the typo with the extra n) google did tell me it was tartaric acid.

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