Talk:Equivalent concentration

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Better Initial Description[edit]

The first part of this page doesn't have much info, and is a little hard to understand. Many other parts of this page are hard to understand.

Njaohnt (talk) 19:32, 4 August 2012 (UTC)

Equivalent concentration[edit]

Equivalent concentration is a better name considering that this concentration is referring to the number of equivalents in a given volume of mixture.--MagnInd (talk) 14:19, 15 September 2013 (UTC)

sulfuric acid example[edit]

I think the example of sulfuric acid is wrong. While sulfuric acid is diprotic, the second dissociation is not complete. Can an expert please comment? 2600:1000:B11D:4707:8D4:CD75:F090:8EAA (talk) 22:11, 10 December 2013 (UTC)