weak acid titration - Weak Acid Titration Chem 104B...

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Weak Acid Titration Chem 104B Abstract: In the weak acid titration experiment, the point is to reach an acid base equilibrium. This is achieved by titrating different unknowns with a .100 M of sodium hydroxide, NaOH solution. The titrated NaOH is a method for determining the concentrations of acids. When graphed, the titration curve shows when the acid and base are equalized and from there can find the molecular weight and weak aid constants. In this experiment I found that the unknown acid B2 I personally was working on was Formic acid Introduction: Titration is a method for determining concentrations of specific substances in a solution. The goals of this experiment are to accurately identifying six unknown weak
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acids. This is done by taking a strong base, sodium hydroxide NaOH, and titrating it into the six unknown weak acids. Once the titration begins a pH electrode is placed into the weak acid unknown solution. When the pH dramatically increases in number, you know that the acid-base concentrations are at equilibrium. From there you graph the pH values
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