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    Limiting Reagent/ Concentration Titration Problem

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    A solution is made by mixing 13.0g of NaOH and 77.0 mL of 0.160 M HNO3 .

    Calculate the concentration of OH- ion remaining in solution.

    Calculate the concentration of Na+ ion remaining in solution.

    Calculate the concentration of NO3- ion remaining in solution.

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    A solution is made by mixing 13.0g of NaOH and 77.0 mL of 0.160 M HNO3 .

    Calculate the concentration of OH- ion remaining in solution.

    Calculate the concentration of Na+ ion remaining in solution.

    Calculate the concentration of NO3- ion remaining in solution.

    First, find the number of moles of each that will be used.

    NaOH
    13.0 g x 1mol = 0.324 ...

    Solution Summary

    Concentrations in an incomplete titration reaction are calculated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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