Acetic Acid Analysis Part 1

Acetic Acid Analysis Part 1 - concentration of your vinegar...

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Acetic Acid Analysis - Part 1 Data and Data Analysis Calculate the concentration of the standard solution - Determine the equivalence point volume from the expanded first derivative graph for EACH TRIAL (You MUST label the equivalence point volume clearly on your expanded first derivative graph) - Calculate the concentration of the unknown vinegar solution for EACH TRIAL using the calibrated pipet volume. - Calculate the average concentration and the relative average deviation for the
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Unformatted text preview: concentration of your vinegar solution - Using the full titration curve of the vinegar, determine the pH at half the volume required to reach the equivalence point. This corresponds to the pK a of the vinegar. Make sure you label the pK a clearly on your full titration graph....
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course GE CLUSTER HOMT taught by Professor Cooper during the Fall '11 term at UCLA.

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