Titration of SA with SB Write Up

Titration of SA with SB Write Up - Drew Rasmussen Katri...

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Drew Rasmussen Katri Truhler Chemistry 111 – 015 14 October 2010 Titration of a Strong Acid with a Strong Base A. What is the mole ratio between a strong acid and a strong base in a 1:1 titration reaction? What is the Molarity of the solution that our partners created for us? B. Theoretical Approach - a. Using math and calculations we calculated the molarity of our base given the molarity of our acid b. Using a given molarity we will create a solution as close to the specific molarity as possible. c. We used our partners solution for our titration purposes to try and calculate the molarity of an unknown base. d. We know that in a 1:1 titration reaction will have the same amount of moles of acid as it will base. i. This helped us to calculate molarity because we knew that the same number of moles of base would react with the same number of moles of acid, leaving us to only find the volume of base. C. Observations a. The indicator we are using is green, when the base is added you have a very light green-blueish solution. Once the acid is added the green becomes clearer until the endpoint is reached. Once the endpoint is reached it is a clear solution. If you go over the endpoint by one drop of acid the solution will turn red. This means the
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