When citric acid reacts with

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When citric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide solution, the reaction equation would look like:

1H3(Citrate) (aq)  +  3NaOH(aq)  -->  3H2O (l)  + 1Na3(Citrate) (aq)

 The concentration of H+ ions is .0464M, and the concentration of NaOH is .0954 M. For this problem, use .01 L as the volume.  Calculate the concentration (M) of citric acid. Show your work.

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