# chem

How many moles of base are needed to neutralize 2 mol of acid for HNO3 + KOH - KNO3 + H2O?.
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1. The equation tells you that 1 mole of KOH is needed to completely react with 1 mole of HNO3; therefore, it must take 2 moles KOH to react completely with 2 moles HNO3; 3 mols KOH to react with 3 moles HNO3 or 1000 moles KOH to react completely with 1000 moles HNO3.

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