- Determine the volume of H
_{2}SO_{4 }via*strong acid-base*calculation where we have NaOH as the strong base - Recall that in
*neutralization*of a strong acid and base, we have__equal moles of SA and SB__

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How many milliliters of 0.10M H_{2}SO_{4} are required to neutralize 50.mL of 0.10M NaOH?

a) 25.mL

b) 10.mL

c) 2.5mL

d) 50.mL

e) 100.mL

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