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kym02
 one year ago
How do I calculate the number of moles of soap with the information given:
1) 20cm^3 of a 2mol/dm NaOH
2) 10cm^3 of vegetable oil?
please help, all I need is some guidance! Thank you.
kym02
 one year ago
How do I calculate the number of moles of soap with the information given: 1) 20cm^3 of a 2mol/dm NaOH 2) 10cm^3 of vegetable oil? please help, all I need is some guidance! Thank you.

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kym02
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1@thomaster can you help me?

wolfe8
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1I believe you need the balanced chemical equation for this.
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