# A student performed the iodata analysis and found that it took 7.80 mL of 0.02 M Na_2S_2O_3 to...

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A student performed the iodata analysis and found that it took {eq}\displaystyle \rm 7.80 \ mL {/eq} of {eq}\displaystyle \rm 0.02 \ M \ Na_2S_2O_3 {/eq} to titrate {eq}\displaystyle \rm 4.00 \ mL {/eq} of saturated copper iodate.

Using the balanced equation, what is the mole ratio, {eq}\displaystyle \rm I_3^- {/eq} to thiosulfate, {eq}\displaystyle \rm S_2O_3^{2-} {/eq}?

## Redox Titrimetry

Redox titrimetry is an experimental method used to determine the concentration of an analyte using a tirant of known concentration. This method makes use of the redox reaction.

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