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making a few calculations for cabbage juice titration lab :P

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@ganeshie8 Could you help me with making some calc. for chem ?
ask it, and see if people can help
@Luigi0210 Could you help meeeee ? D:

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No good in chemistry, sorry :/ @thomaster
do you know someone who issss ??
@Ashleyisakitty are you any good at chem ? :(
At the beginning of your lab, does it come with any equations to plug these numbers into? I could help, i just dont know what equation to work off of.
No it doesnt give me any equations :P that's why I'm trying to find someone who understands this.
I have number 7 done and I think I can do number 6 on my own. I just really need help with 3-5.
molarity = moles of solute / liters of solution... so for number 3, would it be molarity = 2/0.04556 ? = 43.89 ???? I'm doing something totally wrong here..
i have never done this lab lol. do u happen to have a pdf of what u did or what the questions are?

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