0102030405002468101214pHmL NaOH addedTitration of a Weak Acid with a Strong BaseThis situation is complicated by the need to determine thedissociation equilibrium for the weak acid.We have, however, learned enough to handle this problem.Example:Calculate the titration curve when 25 mL of a 0.10Mniacin(HC6H4NO2) solution,Ka=1.4×10−5,is titratedwith 0.10 M NaOH.As with strong acid, strong base titrations we need to split theproblem into three parts: (i) before the equivalence point, (ii)
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