Asked Nov 25, 2019

How do you report the average and %RSD for the %w/w of acetic acid in an unknown solution after titrating with NaOH in triplicate? Just explain the process, and how these values can be reported via the colorimetric and potentiometric endpoints. 


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Acid-base titration:

  • It is a method for determining the concentration of acid or base by neutrilizing it with a standard solution of known acid or base concentration.Phenolphthalein is used as an indicator.
  • Acetic acid...

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