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25mL of tartaric acid solution is titrated against 31mL of NH4OH. What is the normality of the NH4OH? Please explain how to work this problem.

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  1. You need to know the molarity of the tartaric acid solution.

    mL tar x N tar = mL NH4OH x N NH4OH
    Substitute and solve for N NH4OH.

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