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  4. chemistry

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  19. institute of health sciences

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    1.38 mol HCl and 2.9 mol NaOH react accord- ing to the equation HCl + NaOH −→ NaCl + H2O . If the limiting reactant is HCl, determine the amount of excess reactant that remains. Answer in units of mol.
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    An organic acid has a percentage composition by mass of C 41.4%, H 3.4%, and O 55.2%. A solution containing 0.250g of the acid, which is dibasic required 26.60 cm cubed of NaOH solution (0.20 mol.dm -3) for neutralisation. Calculate the empirical formula,
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