It has been a long while since I have had to calculate normality. If I remember correctly the formula for normality is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

N=g/(equiv wt x Vol) or NAcidVAcid=NBaseVBase

The known values given are the normality of the base and the volume of the base. Since the normality of the acid is the desired unknown, I am guessing the volume of the acid is given; however I am struggling on how to calculate it. I know I am making this much harder than it should be, but any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Well here is the problem.

What is the normality of a NaOH solution if a titration requires 35.17 ml of the solution to neutralize 0.8591 g of KHP? N of NaOH = 0.10.

Thank you,

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