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A 21g SAMPLE OF SULFURIC ACID IS DISSOLVED COMPLETELY IN SUFFICIENT WATER TO MAKE A .025 LITRE OF FINAL SOLUTION. CALCULATE THE HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION (IN mol1-1)IN THIS SOLUTION. GIVE YOUR ANSWER IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION TO AN APPROPRIATE NUMBER OF SIG. FIGS. SHOW THE SUCCESSIVE STEPS IN THE CALCULATION AND EXPLAIN YOUR REASONING.

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