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Can someone use an example so that i can attempt the questions on my own?
E.g. Hydrocloric acid and lithium hydroxide how would i work out the molar ratio of acid to base
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Can someone use an example so that i can attempt the questions on my own?
E.g. Hydrocloric acid and lithium hydroxide how would i work out the molar ratio of acid to base
By writing a balanced equation.

e.g. HCl + LiOH -> LiCl + H2O

For your example, the balancing numbers for hydrochloric acid and lithium hydroxide are both one, hence they react in a 1:1 ratio.

An example of a 2:1 ratio of acid to base would be
2HCl + Mg(OH)2 -> MgCl2 + 2H2O.
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