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preparation of N/10 NaoH

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    1 equivalent NaOH = 40 g
    0.1 equivalent NaOH = 4.0g
    4.0 g in 1 L volumetric flask, dissolve in distilled H2O and make to the mark. Mix thoroughly.

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