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Chemistry Word Problem. Please Help. See Description.?

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Default Chemistry Word Problem. Please Help. See Description.?



The problem states:

You are going to titrate a sample of powder sugar (85% KHP) with NaOH (0.4020 M). If you weight 2.5g of the sample, how much NaOH will you use?

If anyone knows how to mathematically work this problem out, please help, thanks.
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