Lara S.

asked • 02/17/19

how do i deduce the moles of the acid reacted with sodium carbonate

The balanced equation is: Na2CO3 + 2HCl ----> 2NaCl + H2O + CO2


Moles of sodium carbonate: 0.03945


average volume of acid added: 26.3 cm3


Acid = HCl


This is standardisation of an acid (titration 1)

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Lara S.

how do I find the concentration of HCl used
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02/20/19

J.R. S.

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I included that calculation at the end of my discussion. The concentration of the HCl is 3 M or 3 moles/liter.
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02/20/19

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