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Calculate concentration of acids. There are data in document provided for standardization of NaOH with KHP and then it's used for titration of acetic acid and sulfuric acid.

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    KHP + NaOH => H2O + NaKP
    M(KHP)=204 g/mol
    n=m/M
    n(KHP)=n(NaOH)
    C(NaOH)=n(NaOH)/(V/1000)

    n1=1.06/204=5.2*10-3
    c1=5.2*10-3/0.027=0.1924 M...
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