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for NaOH normality = molarity ; hence for 1M(1N) solution you have to dissolve 40 g NaOH in 1L water
0.4 g of NaoH in 100 mL std flask and make up with distilled water.
to prepare 1N we have to dilute 40gms of NaOH in 1 litre of water as for NaOH normality =molarity so
standardization of NaoH
According to Kodak: For a 0.1 Normal (0.1N) solution of iodine (I2), in 1 L volume flask, dissolve
#6; #6; N should be M, meaning number of mole (N) per litre. Concentration equals the number of m