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    Redox Titration-Analysis of Bleach (Sodium Hypochlorite)

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    The active ingredient in many commercial liquid bleaches is sodium hypochlorite. The bottle lists the percentage of sodium hypochlorite as 6.0%. If the density of commercial bleach is 1.084 g/mL, how many mL of 0.150 M sodium thiosulfate is required to reach the end point in a titration similar to the one performed in this experiment, if a student analyzed a 2.0 mL of sample of bleach?

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    Calculations of a redox titration in analysis of a sample of bleach are detailed.

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