Lecture 15 - Chapter 11. Acid/base Titrations 1. 1...

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Chapter 11. Acid/base Titrations Titration of strong base with strong acid 1. Titration of strong base with strong acid 2. Titration of weak acid with strong base 3. Titration of weak base with strong acid Titration in iprotic cid 4. Titration in diprotic acid 5. Finding the end point with a pH electrode and ran plot Gran plot 6. Finding the end point with a pH indicator
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Titration of Strong Base with Strong Acid 0.100 M HBr was used to titrate 50.0 mL of 0.0200 M KOH. Before the equivalence point: At the equivalence point: After the equivalence point:
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Titration of Weak acid with Strong base Titration of 50.00 mL of 0.00200 MES with 0.100 M NaOH. efore any base is added: Before any base is added:
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Before the equivalence point: Henderson-Hasselblch equation: At the equivalence point:
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After the equivalence point:
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Titration of Weak Base with Strong Acid B + H + BH + Before any acid is added: Before the equivalence point: After the equivalence point: At the equivalence point:
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Lecture 15 - Chapter 11. Acid/base Titrations 1. 1...

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