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Calculate how much percent of NH4(+) will react upon reaching the equivalence point during the titration of 0.20 M NH4(+) 1) 0.20 M solution of NaOH in water and 2) 0.20 M solution of C2H5ONa in anhydrous ethanol. Autoprotolysis constants of these solvents equal to 1*10^-14 and 8*10^-20, respectively; the dissociation constant of NH4(+) is approximately 6*10^(-10) in water and 1*10^(-10) in ethanol. During the titration in water is the reaction NH4(+) + OH(-) = NH3 + H2O

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