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Calculate the volume of 2.77×10-1-M HBr solution needed to provide 5.94×101 g of HBr.

How many mL of 2.39 M HNO3 will be needed to neutralize 157 mL of 3.47 M Ca(OH)2.

Calculate the mass of solute in the following K3PO4 solution: 1.65×10-1 L of a 1.92×10-3-M solution.

When aqueous solutions of (NH4)2CrO4 and Ba(NO3 )2 are combined, BaCrO4 precipitates.

Calculate the mass, in grams, of the BaCrO4 produced when 2.86 mL of 0.141 M Ba(NO3 )2 and 3.7 mL of 0.654 M (NH4)2CrO4 are mixed.

Calculate the mass to 3 significant figures.

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