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35 mL of this solution was required to titrate 50.00-mL aliquots of a standard that contained 0.7682 g of MgCO3 per liter. Titration of a 25.00-mL sample of mineral water at pH 10 required 18.81 mL of the EDT A solution. A 50.00-mL aliquot of the mineral water was rendered strongly alkaline to precipitate the magnesium at Mg(OH)2. Titration with a calcium-specific indicator required 31.54 mL of the EDTA solution. Calculate (a) the molarity of the EDTA solution. (b) the concentration of CaCO3 in the mineral water (ppm). (c) the concentration of MgCO3 in the mineral water (ppm). A 1.509-g sample of a Pb/Cd alloy was dissolved in acid and diluted to exactly 250.0 mL in a volumetric flask. A 50.00-mL aliquot of the diluted solution was brought to a pH of 10.0 with an NH4+/NH 3 buffer; the subsequent titration involved both cations and required 28.89 mL of 0.06950 M EDTA. A second 50.00-mL aliquot was brought to a pH of 10.0 with an HCN/NaCN buffer, which also served to mask the Cd2+; 11.56 mL of the EDTA solution were needed to titrate the Pb 2+. Calculate the percent Pb and Cd in the sample