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Three samples of an unknown acid are titrated with 0.4901 M NaOH. The average equivalent weight of the acid using the data below is g/equiv
mass of unknown vol NaOH
trial 1: 1.02 27.72
trial 2: .522 14.22
trial 3: .742 20.02

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  2. Three samples of an unknown acid are titrated with 0.4901 M NaOH. The average equivalent weight of the acid using the data below is g/equiv ?

    the mass of unknown for trial 1 is 1.02, trial 2 is 0.522, trial 3 is 0.742
    volume of NaOH in trial 1 is 27.72, trial 2 is 14.22, and trial 3 is 20.02

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