At what added volume of base does the first equivalence point occur [Solved]

so we need another 23 ml of KOH solution reach the 2nd equiv pt.

Balanced equation for first equiv point

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so we need another 23 ml of KOH solution reach the 2nd equiv pt.

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volume KOH solution = .0023 moles KOH over .1018 Molar KOH = .023 Liters or 23 ml

volume KOH solution = .0023 moles KOH over .1018 Molar KOH = .023 Liters or 23 ml

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Moles H2SO3 = .117 Molar times .020 Liters = .0023 moles

HSO3- plus KOH = K plus SO3= plus H20

2 After the first equiv pt we still had .0023 moles of HS03- remaining which would require another .0023 moles of KOH to reach the 2nd equiv pt.

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