Chemistry

Please give me an example of problem with simple yet detailed solution oh how to compute the amount of diluted sodium hydroxide to neutralize a certain amount of diluted sulphuric acid.

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  1. you are kidding: The neutralization equation.
    Normalitybase*volumebase=NormalityAcid*volumeAcid
    in the case of the base and acid you listed...
    1N*volumebase=2*MolaritySulfuricAcid*volumeacid

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