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One mole of BaCl2 is treated with two moles of H2SO4. To make the resulting mixture neutral the number of moles of NaOH that should be added is....a)4 b)3. c)2

One mole of BaCl2 is treated with two moles of H2SO4. To make the resulting mixture neutral the number of moles of NaOH that should be added is....a)4 b)3. c)2

Grade:10

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Vasanth SR
askIITians Faculty 1310 Points
4 years ago
It is basic stoeichemistryone H+ needs one OH- ions to neutralise

H2SO4 ----> H+ + HSO4-
NaOH + H+ ---> Na + H2O


So just C

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