﻿ To neutralize completely 20ml of 0.1 M phosphorous acid 40ml of KOH was required. What volume of this KOH solution will be required to neutralize 0.66 g of H3PO2? : Kaysons Education

# To Neutralize Completely 20ml Of 0.1 M Phosphorous Acid 40ml Of KOH Was Required. What Volume Of This KOH Solution Will Be Required To Neutralize 0.66 G Of H3PO2?

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100 ml

H3PO3 is a dibasic acid (‘n’ factor = 2) and H3PO2is a monobasic acid (‘n’ factor = 1).

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