Sep15-11, 12:47 AM
I have a question in my environmental engineering class that goes like this:
if 100mg H2SO4 is added to 1 Liter of water, how many milligrams of NaOH (strong base) must be added to neutralize the acid?
the answer is 81.6mg, but how do i get to the answer?
i tried writing a reaction of: H2SO4 + NaOH = 2H+ + SO2-4 + Na+ + OH-
then doing: molarity of H2SO4 times Molarity of NaOH = 10-7
but i just cant seem to find how to get the answer.
any help would be greatly appreciated
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