- +1-530-264-8006
- info@tutorsglobe.com

What amount of sulfuric acid required to neutralize water

The pH of a finished water from a water treatment process is 10.74. What amount of 0.02000 N sulfuric acid, in milliliters, is required to neutralize 1.0 L of the finished water, assuming that the alkalinity (buffering capacity) of the water is zero?

Now Priced at $5 (50% Discount)

Recommended **(96%)**

18,76,764

Questions

Asked

21,311

Experts

9,67,568

Questions

Answered

Start Excelling in your courses, Ask an Expert and get answers for your homework and assignments!!

Submit Assignment
## Q : Sodium azdide and nan3 decomposes according to the equation

Sodium azdide, NaN3, decomposes according to the following equation. What volume of N2 at 1.1 atm and 50.0C will be produced by the decomposition of 5.0g of sodium azdide. NaN3(s) --->Na(s)+N2(g)