# Chem 104

From M1V1=M2V2 the volume of the KHP solution the molarity of the titrant and the volume of the titrant, find the molarity of the KHP solution . The KOH solution is the titrant since it is used to titrate the KHP solution.

KHP mass-204.2

Mass per liter in 100 ml water-
.01(204.2)/1= 2.042

Drop ml-20

Volume of titrant is 1.0/20=.05

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1. I'm sorry but I can't decipher this post. I see you want the molarity of the KHP solution but "mass per liter in 100 mL water" and "drop ml-20" don't mean anything to me.

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