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    In a titration, 33.21 mL 0.3020M rubidium hydroxide solution is required to exactly neutralize 20.00 mL hydroflouric acid solutioon. What is the molarity of the hydrofluoric acid solution?

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    When we titrate it means we are neutralizing an acid with a base or a base with an acid. Rubidium hydroxide has the formula RbOH since rubidium is in Group I it means it has an intrinsic charge of +1 in a solution and so the base of rubidum is ...

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    This solution explains the meaning of titrate and how to calculate molarity.