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How would the calculated molarity of KMNo4 be affected when KMno4 is added to rapidly and too much KMnO4 is added, overshooting the endpoint.

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    I suppose the question is talking about using a primary standard for standardization of KMnO4.
    M = mols/L. If you overshoot the end point that means L is too high so M is too low.

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    Its just a scenario question.
    Thanks

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