Neutralization (chemistry) - Calculations


Equal numbers of moles of acid and base are needed for neutralization reactions. Hence, the formula becomes

a × × Va = b × × Vb

where a is the number of acidic hydrogens and b is the constant that shows how many H3O+ ions the base can accept. denotes the concentration of acid and, the concentration of base. Va is the volume of acid and Vb is the volume of base.

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