# How many moles of H are required to neutralize the barium hydroxide solution described above?

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## How do you find the moles of H+ neutralized?

To find the number of moles of acid neutralized by the tablet, the number of moles of acid neutralized in the titration is subtracted from the moles of acid in the initial solution.

## How do you calculate the number of moles needed to neutralize?

So, the solution will be neutralized when the number of moles of H+ equals the number of moles of OH.

1. Step 1: Calculate the number of moles of OH.
2. Molarity = moles/volume.
3. moles = Molarity x Volume.
4. moles OH = 0.02 M/100 milliliters.
5. moles OH = 0.02 M/0.1 liters.
6. moles OH = 0.002 moles.

## How do you neutralize barium hydroxide?

When hydrochloric acid is reacted with sodium hydroxide, an acid/base mole ratio of 1:1 is required for full neutralization. If instead the hydrochloric acid were reacted with barium hydroxide, the mole ratio would be 2:1. Two moles of HCl are required to completely neutralize one mole of Ba(OH)2.

## How many moles of H+ are in HCl?

that any molar amount of HCl will equal the same amount of its H+ ions, because of their 1:1 mole ratio.

## How do you find the moles of H+ in NaOH?

Every mole of NaOH will have one mole of OH. Therefore [OH] = 0.5 M. When the base neutralizes the acid, the number of moles of H+ = the number of moles of OH. Therefore, the number of moles of H+ = 0.0125 moles.

## How many moles of KOH are needed to neutralize 1.5 moles H2SO4?

1.5 moles H2SO4 ( 2 KOH/1 H2SO4) = 3 moles of KOH.

## How much acid is required to neutralize base?

Two moles of HCl are required to completely neutralize one mole of Ba(OH)2. In a balanced neutralization equation, the moles of H+ ions supplied by the acid will be equal to the moles of OH ions supplied by the base.

## How many moles of HCl were neutralized during the titration with NaOH?

NaOH: HCl is 1:1, so n(NaOH) = n(HCl) = 0.003 moles at neutralization.

## What equation represents neutralization?

Acids, Bases, and Ions

Hydrochloric acid (HCl) is an example of an acid. When it dissolves in water, it produces positive hydrogen ions and negative chloride ions (Cl). This can be represented by the chemical equation: HCl H2O→ H+ + Cl.

## How do we know when a chemical equation is balanced?

A chemical equation is balanced when the number of each kind of atom is the same on both sides of the reaction.

## What is the reaction to describe the neutralization reaction of sulfuric acid and sodium hydroxide?

2NaOH + H2SO4 _____Na2SO4 + 2H2O. When sodium hydroxide react with sulphuric acid they form Sodium sulphate and water.

## How many grams of NaOH are needed to neutralize?

= 1.48 g NaOH are needed to neutralize the acid.

## How many ml of NaOH will be needed to neutralize all of the HCl?

Therefore, we will need about 2.5 L of sodium hydroxide to neutralize the hydrochloric acid.

## How many moles of h2so4 are needed to exactly neutralize 5.0 moles NaOH?

Therefore it would take . 25 moles of sulfuric acid to react with . 5 moles of sodium hydroxide.