Problem: Calculate the amount, in mL, of 0.0168 M Ca(OH) 2 that would be required to completely react with 25.38 mL of 0.0784 M HClO3.A) 5.44 mLB) 59.22 mLC) 236.88 mLD) 2.72 mLE) 10.88 mL

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Calculate the amount, in mL, of 0.0168 M Ca(OH) 2 that would be required to completely react with 25.38 mL of 0.0784 M HClO3.

A) 5.44 mL

B) 59.22 mL

C) 236.88 mL

D) 2.72 mL

E) 10.88 mL

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