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In the titration experiment, I have to determine the molarity of a solution that has an unknown concentration

by reacting it with another solution with known concentration. All of the unknown HCl solutions used have a known volume of 30.00 mL. I can use this volume, the concentration of the standard solution, and a balanced chemical equation to determine the moles of chemical in the flask(HCl).

The standard M of NaOH is 0.139, the volume for solution #1 got 13.30mL, solution #2 got 23.80mL, and got 9.6mL for solution #3 through experiment.

I have to calculate the concentration for each of your unknowns(unknown molarity of HCl) using the information from this experiment. But I don't have any idea to find the unknown molarity of HCl with the informations that I got. Is it have to get 3 different molarity of HCl because of I have 3 solutions? How can I get the unknown molarity of HCl?

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