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What will be the molarity of the resultant solution obtained by mixing equal volumes of 1M and 5M ofNaOH.

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  1. say you have one liter of each.
    That is 1 mol + 5 mols = 6 mols of NaOH
    in 2 liters of liquid
    so we end up with 3 mols per liter
    which is
    3M

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