Asked Nov 21, 2019

How many grams of solid potassium hydroxide are needed to exactly neutralize 22.9 mL of a 0.688 M hydrobromic acid solution ? Assume that the volume remains constant.


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No. of moles Molarity x Volume(in L) (0.688 M) (0.0229 L) = 0.0158 mol


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