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Titration Points

# Titration Points - Solution Stoichiometry Now let's use...

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Solution Stoichiometry Now let's use molarity in some stoichiometric calculations. Calculate the minimum amount (in liters) of a 0.050 M  BaCl 2  solution that is required to precipitate all  the SO 4 2- (aq)  in 0.10 liter of a 0.10 M  Na 2 SO 4  solution. Ba 2+ (aq)  + SO 4 2- (aq)    BaSO 4 In order to use the chemical equation we need to work in terms of moles. The concentration of  SO 4 2- (aq)  is  converted into moles by multiplying by the volume. Titrations A useful way to determine a solute's concentration in a solution is to react the solution with a solute in another  solution of known concentration. This is known as a Titration. Titration: Experiment which determines the concentration of a solute (reactant) using its reaction of known  stoichiometry with another solution (reactant) of known concentration.

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