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How many grams of dibasic acid (mol. wt. 200) should be present in 100 mL of the aqueous solution to give 0.1 N ?

A

1 g

B

2 g

C

10 g

D

20 g

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Correct option is
A

1 g

Equivalent weight of dibasic acid 

Strength = 0.1 N, m = ?, V= 100 ml.

From,  

Hence, the correct option is

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