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Unformatted text preview: battery acid that will require more than 20 mL of base to reach equivalence point. Pour out enough battery acid solution into a beaker for each person in group to titrate it once. Pipette an exact amount of battery acid into a 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask and add distilled water to about 40 mL of solution. Add 4 drops of blue indicator. Titrate with standard NaOH until color changes yellow to blue as before. Clean out all supplies used. Part B: Buret Readings for Standardization of NaOH 1. Initial Reading 0.00 mL 1. Final Reading 21.20 mL 2. Initial Reading 0.00 mL 2. Final Reading 21.65 mL 1. Initial Reading 0.00 mL 1. Final Reading 21.85 mL 2. Initial Reading 0.00 mL 2. Final Reading 21.95 mL 3. Initial Reading 0.00 mL 3. Final Reading 21.95 mL Part C: Buret Readings for Battery Acid Titrations...
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- Winter '11
- Organic chemistry, Laboratory glassware, ml, 0.100 M, 6.00 M