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Answer / suresh palacharla
I Think yhis question is wrong It should be "why kf factor
5 mg/ml answer is that 1 ml of Kf reagent is consumed by
5.0mg of water
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Answer / rajendra kumar
The question is wrong. It should be "why kf factor coming
The answer is because 0.5mg of water is neutralised by one
ml of kf reagent.
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Answer / satish
question is wrong 5 mg of sample is neutralized with 1 ml of kf reagent
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Answer / ramanjaneyulu.g
i think this question is wrong this factor depends on how
much quantity of present in water
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Answer / janardan
0.1 mg water is req. to neutralise 0.5 mg of KF
|Is This Answer Correct ?||5 Yes||9 No|
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