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6) How many milliliters of a 6.5 M M H2SO4 solution are required to react completely with 375 mLs of 5.5M NaHCO3. If they undergo the following...
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6) How many milliliters of a 6.5 M M H2SO4 solution are required to react completely with 375 mLs of 5.5M NaHCO3.
If they undergo the following reaction:
NaHCO,
+ H2SO4
> NazSO4
+ HO(1) + CO2(g) (Unbalanced) (2 points)
a) Fill in the stoichiometric flowchart below with the information from this problem (3 points)
b) Show the dimensional analysis calculation required to calculate the milliliters of 6.5 M H,SO4 needed.
(5 points)

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