Problem: A sample of CO32- antacid is dissolved with 25.0mL of 0.0981M HCl. The hydrochloric acid that is not neutralized by the antacid is titrated to a bromophenol endpoint with 5.83mL of 0.104M NaOH. Calculate the number of moles of base in the antacid.

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A sample of CO32- antacid is dissolved with 25.0mL of 0.0981M HCl. The hydrochloric acid that is not neutralized by the antacid is titrated to a bromophenol endpoint with 5.83mL of 0.104M NaOH. Calculate the number of moles of base in the antacid.

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