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Unformatted text preview: was required to determine neutralization. In Part B, I was instructed to use between 0.20 and 0.22g of my unknown acid, however, not all of the acid would dissolve. This experiment gave experience in doing a titration, as well as using a standard solution to find the molecular weight of an acid. In Part A, my NaOH solution was standardized and had an average molarity of 0.09835M. Using this calculated molarity, I was able to determine the number of moles of NaOH used in Part B. Because the reaction was an Acid-Base reaction, the number of moles of NaOH was equal to the number of moles of the acid. Knowing the mass of the unkown acid sample used, and the number of moles used, the molecular weight was able to be calculated. My experiment found the average molecular weight of my acid to be 153.26 g/mol. VI) Questions: 2) BrO-, HClO 4 , IO-5a) Iodide anion....
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- Fall '07
- Oxidation-Reduction Reactions