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What is the concentration of the H2SO4(aq) in the following?

Information related to a titration experiment is given in the balanced equation and table below.  H2SO4(aq) + 2KOH(aq) → K2SO4(aq) + 2H2O(l)  Based on the equation and the titration results.

Asked by Ionca, Last updated: Jul 30, 2021

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I. Klose

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Answered Sep 27, 2020

The value is going to be 0.96 M. You would need to refer to the chart so that you can solve the question properly. To solve for the value of this, you need to know the value of each mole. The equation is going to be MaVa=MbVb x (12). You would need to change the concepts to (0.16)(36.0) x = 0.48.

The answer is going to be 0.48 answer = 0.48x2 or the answer is going to be 0.96. Get to know the different terms that are also going to be used to answer this equation for a better understanding of the whole thing.

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Denton Perez

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Answered Sep 23, 2020

H204 is the chemical formula for two hydrogen atoms chemically bonded to 4 oxygen atoms to create one molecule of H204. 2KOH is potassium hydroxide. K2504 is potassium sulfate, and 2H204 is molar mass.

A balanced equation is for a chemical reaction in the number of atoms for each element in the response, and the total charge is the same for the reactants and the products. The entire purpose of the balanced equation is to have the same total of each kind of atom on the left and right parts of the arrow, which is achieved by changing the coefficients of the compounds.

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B. Lucian

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Answered Sep 18, 2020

You should get 0.96M. If you would check out the chart and the given equation, it will be easier to get to this conclusion. You may not be too familiar with what concentration is. This refers to the amount of substance that you will be able to find in its space.

This means that if there is more of one substance in one container, this means that the item is more concentrated. When you say diluted, this means that the substance has been mixed with other items so that there will be a lesser amount of the substance available. Volume, on the other hand, will refer to the amount of matter that is occupying space.

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C. Perez

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Answered Aug 01, 2019

The correct answer to this question is 0.96 M. The given equation and chart can help us solve this question. Along with using the equation and table, it is helpful for the person answering the question to know the meaning of the terms in the question. The term concentration is the amount of a substance that is in space.

The term Volume is how much liquid, solid, or gas occupies a space. This type of question would be found on a chemistry test. Due to its difficulty, it could also be found on an IQ test to test one's intellect.

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ionca

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Answered Apr 17, 2018

0.96 M

Since H2SO4 has 2 H+ for each mole, the number you get after the math should be multiplied by 2... MaVa = MbVb (x)(12) = (0.16)(36.0) x=0.48 answer = 0.48 x 2, or 0.96
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