49.0 mL of HClO3 is completely titrated by 68.4 mL of a Sr(OH)2 solution whose concentration is 0.3893 M. What is the molarity of the HClO3 solution?

Sr(OH)2 + 2HClO3 = 2H2O + Sr(ClO3)2

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