Assume that you have 1.00 g of a mixture of benzoic acid (Mol. wt. = 122) and gallic acid (Mol. wt. = 170)), both of which contain one acidic hydrogen that reacts with NaOH. On titrating the mixture with 0.500 M NaOH, 14.7 mL of base is needed to completely react with both acids. What mass in grams of each acid is present in the original mixture?
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