Molarity problem

Feb 3rd, 2012
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A 0.3126 g sample of h2c2o4 requires 26.21 ml of particular concentration of NaOH to complete the following reaction. what is the molarity of NaOH Molarity = moles of solute Liters of solutionSolutions are made of solutes and solvents.Solutes are dissolved materialSolvents are the dissolving materialMoles = formula weight = 1 moleH2 =#atoms X atomic mass = 2 X 1.008= 2.016C2 = 2 X 12.01 = 24.02O4 = 4 X 15.99= 63.96

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