Titrations & Enthalpy Change

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Titrations & Enthalpy Change

Postby Angela_Park_1F » Sat Jan 14, 2017 2:38 am

Just conceptually, what is the relationship between titrations, which we learned about in 14A, and enthalpy change? I know we have been learning about thermometric titration, but how does the actual titration like you would conduct in a lab, relate to what we are learning (how to calculate enthalpies)?

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Re: Titrations & Enthalpy Change

Postby Jessica Huang 1M » Sat Jan 14, 2017 2:07 pm

When doing titrations, H+ and OH- ions would combine to form H2O. The bond formation of H2O gives off heat, heat under a constant pressure (enthalpy).

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