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Question 1 of3 (1 point)
Daniel
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(Na,so4)
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H,SOill react with solid sodium hydroxide (N2OH) to produce aqueous sodium sulfate
and liquid water
Aqueous sulfuric acid
Suppose 52.0 g of sulfuric acid is mixed with 74. g of sodium hydroxide. Calculate the maximum mass of sodium sulfate that could be produced by the chemical
reaction. Be sure your answer has the correct number of significant digits.
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MInbox (5) - bubbatx1998@gmail.cx A ALEKS Daniel Estrella - Pre-Clas X bAnswered: NAverage Bond Entha My Drive - Google Drive X X X www-awn.aleks.com/alekscgi/x/Isl.exe/10_u-lgNslkr7j8P3jH-IBiKFdvJdkR4Qg DFu FBLE9J HQJOYSYezxnZjy7ErUilWNytDwYCaGII7ay3s981NTPxuxnt8g-2ai_6UhWKeYIDgamBWqio?1oBw7QYjlbavbSP.... IT Welcome Aggie C... TMy Application Stat... Hazlewood Act- Te... New Tab a Amazon.com: Gene... AVeterans - Addition... T Aggie Transition Ca... StudentLoans.gov |... Apps http://bookshelf.vi... Pre-Class Quiz #17- 10/11/19 Question 1 of3 (1 point) Daniel = 2 (Na,so4) (H20) H,SOill react with solid sodium hydroxide (N2OH) to produce aqueous sodium sulfate and liquid water Aqueous sulfuric acid Suppose 52.0 g of sulfuric acid is mixed with 74. g of sodium hydroxide. Calculate the maximum mass of sodium sulfate that could be produced by the chemical reaction. Be sure your answer has the correct number of significant digits. dlo x10 Submit Assignment 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use Privacy 1:33 PM Type here to search 13 17 10/10/2019 ...

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Aqueous sulfuric acid (H2SO4) reacts with solid NaOH to produce aqueous sodium sulfate (Na2SO4) and liquid water (H2O). If 52.0 g of sulfuric acid is mixed with 74.0 g of sodium hydroxide, then the maximum mass of sodium sulfate produced is to be calculated.

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Write the balanced chemical equation for the given reaction of sulfuric acid with sodium hydroxide.

Sulfuric acid + sodium hydroxide →Sodium sulfate + water

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H2SO (aq) 2NaOH (s) Na2SO4 (aq)2H2O (

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Determine the given moles of H2SO4 and NaOH-

Given- mass of H2SO4 =52.0 g

Molar mass of H2SO4 = 98.08 g/mol

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Mass of NaOH= ...

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Given mass of H,SO Molar mass of H2SO 52.0 g Moles of H2SO -= 0.53 moles 98.08 g/mol Given mass of N2OH 74.0 g Moles of NaOH =1.85 moles 40.0 g/mo Molar mass of N2OH

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