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For each of the following solutions, the mass of solute taken is indicated, along with

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Problem 80

For each of the following solutions, the mass of solute taken is indicated, along with the total volume of solution prepared. Calculate the normality of each solution. a. 0.113 g NaOH; 10.2 mL b. 12.5 mg Ca(OH)2; 100. mL c. 12.4 g H2SO4; 155 mL

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Chapter 20: Electrochemistry  Electrochemistry o Study of the relationships between electricity & chemical reactions  Redox Reactions o Reactions with a change in oxidation of one or more substances o Oxidation  Loss of electrons (more positive oxidation number) o Reduction  Gain of electrons (more negative oxidation number) o Reducing Agent  Leads to reduction  Gets oxidized o Oxidizing Agent  Leads to oxidation  Gets reduced o Assigning Oxidation Numbers  Elements in elemental form have oxidation number of 0  Oxidation number of monatomic ion is its charge  Nonmetals typically have

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