Titration Of A Concentration And The Acid Base Titration

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The purpose of this experiment was to find the molarity of a concentration and the acid-base titration. In part A of this experiment, the molarity of an assigned concentration which was 0.040, was found using formulas that represent molarity. Part B of this experiment, which was titration of an acid and base, was found by a series of steps that involved dropping Sodium Hydroxide from a buret into vinegar, until the perfect shade of pale pink occurred. With the Phenolphthalein, too much acid causes the base to turn a dark pink. The molarity was then found of the titration. So the end results will determine M HCH3O2.

Introduction A solution is a homogenous mixture of a solvent and one or more solutes. The substance that dissolves in the solute is the solvent, and the solute is what gets dissolved. Solutions can vary in concentration in great ratio differences. It is very important to be able to correctly prepare solutions. There is always a proper amount of solution to be made to have a desired amount of produced. So in the medical world, too much solute will most likely have harmful effects like overdosing and too little could result in ineffective treatment. Also the money spent on solutions could also be another reason for correct preparation of solutions, because the success of the drug has an effect on future sales and profit. Solutions that are dilute, are weak, and solutions that are concentrated are strong. A precise means of describing concentration is 1.
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