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sulfamic acid, HSO3NH2, is a strong monoprotic acid that can be used to standardize a strong base :
HSO3NH2(aq)+ KOH(aq) --> KSO3NH2(aq) + H20(l)
A .179g sample of HSO3NH2 required 19.4 mL of an aq soln of KOH for complete reaction. whats the molarity of KOH soln?

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  1. see below.

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  2. You posted the same question twice> I answered it the first time you posted (just a post or two below). I see no point in answering it a second time. Same question. Same answer.

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