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    Molar solutions and change in mass as a function of pH

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    Given:

    - we have a 1 Molar solution of Na2CO3 in water at an ~ pH of 8.0
    - we add small amounts of H2SO4 and pH is reduced to 7.0, then 6.0, then 5.0

    How do I calculate the mass of sulfuric acid needed to make the above change in pH happen?

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    So you haven't given some data needed. But you can get it from standard ...

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    The strategy to calculate amounts of sulfuric acid required to change the pH of a sodium carbonate solution is given.

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