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Molarity of the copper (I) hydroxide

A student uses acetic acid to titrate a solution of copper(I) hydroxide to determine the concentration of the copper (I) hydroxide. If 30.0 mL of 0.250 M acetic acid is needed to neutralize 15.0 mL copper (I) hydroxide, what is the molarity of the copper(I) hydroxide?

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Ellen E. answered • 05/26/19

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Mikaela B.

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05/27/19

Ellen E.

Notice how equilibrium is not a factor here. That is because it is a reaction with a STRONG base. Reactions that involve STRONG acids or STRONG bases are essentially "One-way" reactions and won't have an equilibrium constant!
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