a] hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide? + ?? +?suphuric acid+ potassium hydroxide2 How many grams of KHP, KHC8H4O4, are needed to react with 38.56 mL of a0.2500 M sodium hydroxide solution?3. How many millilitres of a 0.500 M sodium hydroxide solution are necessary to reactwith 0.250 grams of KHP?4. 0.150 grams of KHP was titrated with sodium hydroxide. If 29.98 mL of sodiumhydroxide was used to reach the end point, what is the molarity, M, of the sodiumhydroxide solution?169

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a] hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide
? + ?
? +?
suphuric acid+ potassium hydroxide
2 How many grams of KHP, KHC8H4O4, are needed to react with 38.56 mL of a
0.2500 M sodium hydroxide solution?
3. How many millilitres of a 0.500 M sodium hydroxide solution are necessary to react
with 0.250 grams of KHP?
4. 0.150 grams of KHP was titrated with sodium hydroxide. If 29.98 mL of sodium
hydroxide was used to reach the end point, what is the molarity, M, of the sodium
hydroxide solution?
169
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a] hydrochloric acid + sodium hydroxide ? + ? ? +? suphuric acid+ potassium hydroxide 2 How many grams of KHP, KHC8H4O4, are needed to react with 38.56 mL of a 0.2500 M sodium hydroxide solution? 3. How many millilitres of a 0.500 M sodium hydroxide solution are necessary to react with 0.250 grams of KHP? 4. 0.150 grams of KHP was titrated with sodium hydroxide. If 29.98 mL of sodium hydroxide was used to reach the end point, what is the molarity, M, of the sodium hydroxide solution? 169

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Mass No. of moles of KHP = Molar mass 0.250 g 1.22x 103 mol KHP 204.22 g /mol

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