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Concentration of Acetic Acid to Neutralize Given Amount of $NaOH$

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Consider the reaction below.

$$\textrm{CH}_3\textrm{COOH} + \textrm{NaOH} \rightarrow \textrm{Na}^+ + \textrm{CH}_3\textrm{COO}^- + \textrm{H}_2\textrm{O}$$

What is the concentration, in molarity, of an acetic acid solution if $22.31 \textrm{ mL}$ of the solution are needed to neutralize $12.94 \textrm{ mL}$ of $0.250 \textrm{ M}$ sodium hydroxide?

A

0.00324 M

B

0.036 M

C

0.145 M

D

0.250 M

E

3.24 M