# Problem: 6.74 g of the monoprotic acid KHP (MW = 204.2 g/mol) is dissolved into water. The sample is titrated with a 0.703 M solution of calcium hydroxide to the equivalence point. What volume of base was used?

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6.74 g of the monoprotic acid KHP (MW = 204.2 g/mol) is dissolved into water. The sample is titrated with a 0.703 M solution of calcium hydroxide to the equivalence point. What volume of base was used?

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