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    Question: Compute the molarity of 15.0 ml of a nitric acid solution that required 35.9 ml of 0.0480 M KOH for complete neutralization.

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    Acid/Base Neutralization Reaction: Mol/Mol Calculations

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    Question: Compute the molarity of 15.0 ml of nitric acid solution that required 35.9 ml of 0.0480 M KOH for complete neutralization.

    Step 1: Write out the chemical equation describing the reaction

    HNO3 + KOH = KNO3 + H2O

    This is correct ...

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