Calculations involving neutralization reactions are usually carried
out after performing the titrations.
Follow the steps outlined below to solve this type of problems.

Let's look at this example:

Calculate the volume of a 0.200 M KOH solution that is needed
to neutralize 25.00 mL of a 0.115 M HCl solution.

Step 1: Write a balanced equation
for the neutralization reaction and determine the mole ratio of the acid to
base. (view
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Step 2: List the volume and molarity
for the HCl and the KOH solutions. (view
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Step 3: Determine
the availability of the number of moles of HCl that is available in the titration.(view
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Step 4: Apply the mole ratio determined
in step 1 to determine the moles of base that is needed to neutralize the available
acid. (view
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Step 5: Divide the moles of base
by the given concentration of KOH. (view
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