KHP Acid?

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KHP or potassium hydrogen phthalate is an acidic salt. The chemical formula is HKC8H4O4. The acid KHP is used to calibrate pH meters because its pH in solution is stable.
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Its written molecular formula is KHC8H4O4. (All numbers are subscripts) Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KHP
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The equilibrium constant is the ratio of concentrations when
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4.24 g KHP / 204.22 g/mol = 0.02076 mole. 0.0381 L NaOH x NaOH molarity = 0.02076 mole. NaOH = 0.5449 M (0.545 M)
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go for moles: 0.0450 L of 0.095 Moles/litre NaOH = 0.004275 moles NaOH --------- since the acid-base reaction is a 1:1 = 0.004275 moles of KHP --------- ? grams KHP in 0.004275 moles
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