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The milliequivalent in 60 mL of 4M-H2SO4 is

The milliequivalent in 60 mL of 4M-H2SO4 is

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Prajwal kr
49 Points
9 years ago

Milliequivalents= Normality x volume(in ml)

     = Molarity x n-factor x vol.(in ml)

     = 8  x  60

                     = 480 m.eq

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