Appendix F and graph for Titration

Appendix F and graph for Titration - Instructions for...

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Instructions for Recording a Titration curve Using the MeasureNet pH Probe and Drop Counter 1. Set up MeasureNet drop counter, pH electrode, and buret assembly as depicted in Figure 1.
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2. Make sure to wash the 50 mL buret with copious amounts of distilled water, then rinse the buret with 5 mL of NaOH through the tip to make sure everything is cleaned thoroughly. 3. Fill the buret with 50.00 mL of 4 M NaOH solution. Remove bubbles in the buret by draining approximately 3 mL. 4. To record the pH and volume of the NaOH, set up the MeasureNet Work station. 5. Turn the station On . 6. Hit Main Menu then F3 pH/mV then hit F2 pH vs. Volume . 7. Hit Calibrate. The probe should be in the beaker holding the 7.00 pH buffer solution. Measure the temperature of pH 7.00 buffer solution with a glass thermometer. Insert the temperature in the work station, then press Enter . 8. When the station asks for the pH of the buffer insert 7.00 and hit Enter . When the displayed pH value stabilizes (should be close to 7.00, but it does not have to be exactly
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2010 for the course CHEM Chem 1211L taught by Professor Atwood during the Spring '09 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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