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What volume of 9.0Molarity of H2SO4 is required to react with 20.0g of NaOH?

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    Molarity of H2SO4=9.0

    20g of NaOH/39.997 g/mol= mols of NaOH

    Since Molarity=moles/Liter,

    mols of NaOH/Molarity= volume in Liters of H2SO4

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