Section C, D and E from the lab are represented here.
This power point reviews neutralization reactions in general and describes how titration is used to calculate the molarity of an unknown acid or base.
This site explains the necessary background and concepts behind a laboratory titration. However, we will be using HCl to standardize the NaOH solution. Read through this lab description in preparation of our lab. Titration Lab Explanation
Please watch the 1 minute video explaining the steps in a titration. This will help you see what to expect.
This online tutorial describes a titration, how to perform it in the lab and how to use the date to solve for the quantity desired. You can ignore the pKa information as we will not be concerned with this in detail. CLICK HERE
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Not the math for the problem, but this is how the world sees this weak acid cleaner.
A closer look using data at the titration curve of a strong acid and strong base. Remember, its all about moles of acid = moles of base.
This simulation allows you to practice a titration. You can see the equipment, the set-up, how the pH changes over time, etc. Since you will be titrating later, this is a nice introduction to the concept.
As you interact with the simulation, please answer the following questions. These will be turned in along with other assigned materials.
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What are common pH indicators?