If 16.5 grams of the base were used in the neutralization of *question 7*, how many grams of acid must have been used to neutralize the base?

*neutralization of Na2CO3*


Would the answer be 16.5g of acid? I was thinking that the acid and base should be the same amount during neutralization to neutralize it....

Does it matter what is being neutralized?

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  1. Yes, it matters what is being neutralized AND chemicals reactions don't occur between grams but between mols so you can't make the statement you made (at least and be right).

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