DETERMINATION OF THE ACIDREPORTEXPERIMENT 11Post-Lab QuestionsCONTENT IN VINEGARNAMEDATEWhy doesn't it matter if water is added to the vinegar sample afterit has been measured?1.How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the pipet used to dilute theoriginal concentration of vinegar contained some water?2.How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the volumetric flask used todilute the original concentration of vinegar contained some water?3.4. If a sample of vinegar was found to be 1.55 % (m/m) acetic acid, what is the concentration ofthe acetic acid in molarity?

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DETERMINATION OF THE ACID
REPORT
EXPERIMENT 11
Post-Lab Questions
CONTENT IN VINEGAR
NAME
DATE
Why doesn't it matter if water is added to the vinegar sample afterit has been measured?
1.
How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the pipet used to dilute the
original concentration of vinegar contained some water?
2.
How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the volumetric flask used to
dilute the original concentration of vinegar contained some water?
3.
4. If a sample of vinegar was found to be 1.55 % (m/m) acetic acid, what is the concentration of
the acetic acid in molarity?
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DETERMINATION OF THE ACID REPORT EXPERIMENT 11 Post-Lab Questions CONTENT IN VINEGAR NAME DATE Why doesn't it matter if water is added to the vinegar sample afterit has been measured? 1. How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the pipet used to dilute the original concentration of vinegar contained some water? 2. How would the concentration of the vinegar solution be altered if the volumetric flask used to dilute the original concentration of vinegar contained some water? 3. 4. If a sample of vinegar was found to be 1.55 % (m/m) acetic acid, what is the concentration of the acetic acid in molarity?

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