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0.63 G Of A Dibasic Acid Neutralises 100 ML Of 0.1 N NaOH Solution. Molar Mass Of Dibasic Acid Is:

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Question

Solution

Correct option is

126

Equivalent of dibasic acid = equivalent of NaOH

E = 63

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