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    would changed colours from colourless to pink indication when enough KOH(aq) was added. The purpose of numerous trials was to use the average volume of the 3 trials with similar measurements. Purpose The purpose of this lab was to use process titration to find concentration of an aqueous solution of Hcl(aq) , using KOH(aq) as the titrant. Results Table 1.0: Information gathered during the trial: The volume of KOH(aq),titrant, used in different trial. Trial 1 2

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    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

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    Titration Laboratory

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    Laboratory: Titration of an Acid with a Base Tristian Pérez Rivera 12-136 AP Chemistry Professor Judith Martínez PhD Objective * The purpose of this laboratory is to recreate and understand what titration is. Hypothesis * If the experiment works correctly, we should determine the amount of a substance by adding a carefully measured volume of a solution with known concentration until the reaction of both is complete. Materials * Computer Pre-lab 1. How will you know when your titration is finished

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    Titration Lab

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    Titration is the slow adding of one solution of a known concentration (called a titrant) to a known volume of another solution of unknown concentration until the reaction reaches neutralization which is indicated by color change (1). We take the solution of known concentration and carefully mix it with unknown concentration until the solution is concentrated. The main goal of this experiment was to prepare a standard solution of oxalic acid and use it to standardize an unknown sodium hydroxide solution

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    Titration Lab

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    of a titration is to discover the concentration of the unknown acid or base. In this case, the experiment uses a strong base to titrate the unknown acid. Once the titration is complete, the data is plotted to create a graph that shows the equivalence point as well as the change in pH with each volumetric addition of NaOH. The equivalence point in the graph is the point where the moles of acid equal the moles of base added, which can be expressed as the equation MaVa = MbVb. On any titration graph

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    Oxidation Titration

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    oxidizing agent. In this lab, a solution of KMnO4, an oxidizing agent, will be standardized by titration with a solution containing a known concentration of iron (II) ions, (Fe+). The concentration of oxalic acid solution will be determined by titration with the MnO4- solution that had been standardized first. The purpose of this lab is to standardize a solution of potassium permanganate by redox titration with a standard solution of

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    The purpose of the iodimetric back titration, a form of redox titration, experiment is to determine the weigh percentage of ascorbic acid in Vitamin C tablets. The experiment is performed by titrating iodine solution that contains the dissolved ascorbic acid with sodium thiosulfate. The results of the titration was inconclusive, and the weight percentage of the ascorbic acid could not be determined. Several sources of error could explain the variation of titrated volume of sodium thiosulfate.

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    determine how to use an indicator in a titration process, in addition to using indicators to determine pH. Materials: DI water Buret Stand Clamp 150ml beaker Waste beaker Vitamin c tablet Vitamin c solution Phenolphthalein Acetic acid solution Ammonium hydroxide solution Ammonium chloride solution Sodium acetate solution Sodium carbonate solution Glass stirring rod Well plate Mortar and pestle Erlenmeyer flask Weighing pan Procedure: Vitamin C Titration 1. Set aside a waste beaker. 2. Acquire

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    Lab Report On Titration

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    In this lab, a titration was performed in order to calculate find the concentration of hydrochloric acid. In the first part of the lab, the hydrochloric acid was then titrated with sodium hydroxide to obtain the concentration of the hydrochloric acid. In the second part of the lab, a base and/or antacid was over titrated with hydrochloric acid. It was then back-titrated using sodium hydroxide solution to determine how much hydrochloric acid was needed to neutralize the titration. Throughout the first

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    A titration is a method to determine the concentration of an unknown solution by using the known concentration of another solution. An analyte is the concentration of an unknown solution . A titrant is the concentration of a known solution. The glassware needed to perform a titration are a buret, a flask, and an indicator of pH meter. The buret sends the second reactant to the flask. An indicator detects the endpoint of this reaction. Standardization is the process in which you determine the concentration

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