You have a 1.153 g sample of an unknown solid acid, HA, dissolved in enough water to make 20.00 mL of solution.?

You have a 1.153 g sample of an unknown solid acid, HA, dissolved in enough water to make 20.00 mL of solution. HA reacts with KOH(aq) according to the following balanced chemical equation: HA(aq)+KOH---> KA(aq)+ H20(l) If 14.40 mL of 0.850 M KOH is required to titrate the unknown acid to the equivalence point,... show more You have a 1.153 g sample of an unknown solid acid, HA, dissolved in enough water to make 20.00 mL of solution. HA reacts with KOH(aq) according to the following balanced chemical equation: HA(aq)+KOH---> KA(aq)+ H20(l)
If 14.40 mL of 0.850 M KOH is required to titrate the unknown acid to the equivalence point, what is the concentration of the unknown acid?
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