Problem: An auto mechanic spills 88 mL of 2.6 M H2SO4 solution from an auto battery. How many milliliters of 1.6 M NaHCO3 must be poured on the spill to react completely with the sulfuric acid?

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An auto mechanic spills 88 mL of 2.6 M H2SO4 solution from an auto battery. How many milliliters of 1.6 M NaHCO3 must be poured on the spill to react completely with the sulfuric acid?

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