Titrations

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KarenaKaing_1D
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Titrations

Postby KarenaKaing_1D » Thu Dec 03, 2015 10:05 am

What are the different types of titration problems and how would you go about in solving them?

Kelly Huang 3L
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Re: Titrations

Postby Kelly Huang 3L » Thu Dec 03, 2015 2:28 pm

You usually need to find the concentration of the solution in the beaker. Since the moles of solution and titrant are the same at stoichiometric point, you can use M=n/V.

Alondra Loera 1A
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Re: Titrations

Postby Alondra Loera 1A » Thu Dec 03, 2015 9:33 pm

A question can also be asked regarding how to reach the end point of titration and you could answer this by reasoning that the final point is greater than the volume of the titrant at stoich. and that the point would have to be at the flat are of the curve to because stoich. has been reached. You might also be asked to calculate the number of moles needed to reach the end point of titration and to answer that you would need to find the number of moles using the balanced equation.


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