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In the space below, show your work for determining the volume, mass, and moles of baking soda

Moles of baking soda reacted
Mass of baking soda reacted (g)
Volume of baking soda reacted

140 ml of vinegar

5 tsps of baking soda were used

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    You don't provide enough information to answer any of these except volume baking soda is 5 tsps.

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    Volume of sample (mL) 100ml

    Mass of sample (g) 100g

    Density (g/mL) 1g/ml

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