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Grade: 11
        
1g of the acid C6 H10 O4 requires 0.768g of KOH for complete neutralization. How many neutralizable Hydrogen Atoms are present in the molecule?
3 months ago

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Vikas TU
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No. of equivalents = n. of moles * valency factor
By equivalence concept 
No. of equivalents of C6H10O4 = No. of equivalents of KOH 
No. of moles * vlency factor = no. of moles of KOH
n* 1/146 = 1* 0.768/56
n=2
Hence no. of unstable hydrogen in C6H10O4 = 2
3 months ago
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