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Weak Acid Titration Author: Austin Kelly Lab Partners: Maria Ortega, Allison Mensch, John Sanders Lab Supervisor: Wenzhou Li Course: 104B Date Report Submitted: 26 February 2008 Abstract In order to determine what the three unknown solutions were, we used the weak acid titration method in order to see what the properties of the unknowns. In order to do this a volumetric kit was used as well as a pH electrode. The Acids were found to be Nitro Benzoic, Formic, and Malic Acid. The titrations went well as the experiment was performed with precision.
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Introduction This laboratory experiment is based on the titration of a weak acid (KHP) by the use of the basic solution NaOH. Within the experiment, a titration is used in order to determine the amount of substance present in the solution and be able to neutralize it and even make it into a basic solution using the titration methods. The process of determining the concentration of an unknown solution is known as
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course CHEM 01 taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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