Avery B.

asked • 03/28/21

Use primary standard to determine unknown concentration

Potassium hydrogen phthalate is a solid, monoprotic acid frequently used in the laboratory as a primary standard. It has the unwieldy formula of KHC8H4O4. This is often written in shorthand notation as KHP.


If 28.59mL of a barium hydroxide solution are needed to neutralize 2.228 grams of KHP, what is the concentration (mol/L) of the barium hydroxide solution?

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