CHM 300

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How do you find the Mass of Vitamin C in tablet?

we did Redox Titration (Determination of ascorbic acid by Iodometric Back-Titration)

I have fillied out the data table for Standardization of 0.07 M Na2S2)3

for the determination of unknown I cannot figure out how to find the mass of vitamin c in tablet?

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