﻿ Part a a 25.00-ml sample of h2 so4 (aq) requires 22.65 ml of the 0.5510 m naoh for its titration. assuming that
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# Part a a 25.00-ml sample of h2 so4 (aq) requires 22.65 ml of the 0.5510 m naoh for its titration. assuming that sulfuric acid behaves as a strong acid with respect to both ionizable hydrogen atoms, what was the concentration of the sulfuric acid (h3so4)? obtained by multiplying part b factor (100/16) 6.25. what is the percentage of protein in the meat?

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