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Non 1:1 stoichiometry Titration Problem

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The following attached file are two problems that are not 1:1 stoichiometry titration problems. The first problem is broken down to five parts and it involves a precipitation titration problem. The second involves a back titration.

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Hi. The file is attached. Hope this helps.

1. This question involves a precipitation titration that does not follow a 1:1
stoichiometry. A 25.00 mL aliquot of 0.03459 M InCl3 (indium (III) chloride) is being titrated with a 0.06328 M sodium sulfide (Na2S) solution.

a) What precipitate will form? (Hint: you can check the Ksp table)
Write the balanced chemical equation for the formation of ...

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