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In a titration, the equivalence point is achieved when
the concentration of the base is equal to the concentration of the original acid.
the pH changes.
a solution is partially neturalized.
the moles of acid and base are equal.
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In a titration, the equivalence point is achieved when the concentration of the base is equal to the concentration of the original acid. the pH changes. a solution is partially neturalized. the moles of acid and base are equal.

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