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What is the molarity of a potassium triiodide solution, ki3(aq), if 30.00 ml of the solution is required to completely react with 25.00 ml of a 0.300 m thiosulfate solution, k2s2o3(aq)? the chemical equation for the reaction is 2 s2o32-(aq) + i3-(aq) → s4o62-(aq) + 3 i-(aq).

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