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G. C. 1 - 7: LABORATORY REPORTName: Megan FosterZ Number: 23563515Lab TA’s Name and Section Number: Elyse Jutte Section 3A statement Accountability:“I certify that this is my own work, and I understand that if I am found to be in violation of the honor code, I will be subject to the highest penalty.”SUMMARY OF THE VIDEOYou can react an acid and alkali together in a controlled way by either adding the acid or alkali to its opposite using a burette until color change is achieved. This event is referredto as a titration. Through neutralization, you can assess the given equation to make sure it is balanced to determine mole ratio. You will most likely obtain values such as the volume of one solution and the molar of an acid and thus you can consider the amounts of these materials to neutralize within the reaction. As well, with this information you cancalculate the concentration of the necessary item. The formula triangle provided can also be used to determine the number of moles. Make sure to pay attention to the number of moles reacting within the equation to figure out the correct ration. Lastly, divide moles by the volume to discover the concentration.