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    Which reagent would exactly neutralise 100cm^3 of 1.00moldm-3 h2so4 and how to know

    Well you gotta look at the ions involved here, H2SO4 releases 2 H+ ions so you can neutralize that with 2 times the concentration of something like NaOH as it releases 1 OH- ion... basically you need to work out the number of ions that need to be neutralised which you can put a number on with the volume and concentration. In this scenario you have 0.1 Mol of acid so if your gonna use Sodium Hydroxide then you'd need 0.2 Mol
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