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    Any help with this is much appreciated!

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    I believe the answer to part i) is 2.46x10-3 mol H2SO4, because if you convert 24.6 into dm-3 and then multiply by 0.100 dm-3 you get the amount of moles.

    However, I'm not sure of the above ^ nor part ii) so any help will be appreciated
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    (Original post by Veqz)
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    From the equation you see that 2 moles of sodium hydroxide are required for every 1 mole of sulphuric acid ...
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    From the equation you see that 2 moles of sodium hydroxide are required for every 1 mole of sulphuric acid ...
    I'm an idiot......so we just double the amount of moles of NaOH. Thanks
 
 
 
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