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how many moles of 6% H2O2 needed to react completely with 4 ml NaOCl

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what do you think we need to do first?
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so what part are you stuck?
i just dont know where to start and how to do this whole thing at all
you have a grasp of the previous stoichiometry, yes?
a bit
sorry i cant view ppt
poor
download takes time
that's smaller than 3MB
the viewer?
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=6 you're going to need this free powerpoint viewer a lot
ya its going to take time to download it
in the meantime, read a little bit on this http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~cchieh/cact/c120/sltnstoich.html
cool thx
do you have a textbook?
i only use it for homework it gives nothing much gtg sleep though :P 12.30
it has everything you need including steps for solving problems

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