Conductometric titration and gravimetric determination of a precipitate

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Conductometric titration and gravimetric determination of a precipitateLab 10BY:Ryan Montgomery Group members:Kyle, justin, brandonCHM 266 LabInstructor: chandana mannemNovember 30, 2016 Introduction
The reason of this experiment was to use conductometric titration to obtain the concentration of a BaOH2 solution. Conductivity is used to find the equivalence point between the two reactants. The higher the ion concentration creates a higher conductivity. During the experiment the BaOH2 solution will be titrated with H2SO4 to find the equivalence point. From this information the unknown concentration of BaOH2 can be calculated. The reactant can be shown in the equation; BaOH2(aq)+H2SO4(aq)->BaSO4(s)+2H2O
Materials and methods LabQuest magnetic stirrer LabQuest Microstirrer Vernier Conductivity Probering stand barium hydroxide, Ba(OH)2, solution 0.100 M sulfuric acid, H2SO4, solution utility clamp distilled water filter papertwo 250 mL beakers filter funnel 50 mL graduated cylinder pipet and pipet bulb

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