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Current Score :50 / 50Due :Thursday, June 13 2013 01:00 PM EDT1.32/32 points |Previous AnswersNCSUGenChem202LabV1 8.IL.01.Use the exact values you enter to make later calculations.Complete the following table.Table A. Titration of KHPConcentration of KHP solution0.20000.2000Volume of KHP solution titrated25.0025.00mLConcentration of NaOH solution0.20000.2000Calculated Veqof NaOH solution25.0025.00mLIn-Lab Question 1.From the values in Table A, calculate the theoretical equivalence volume (Veq) for your KHP titration.Record this value in Table A.In-Lab Question 2a.From your titration curve, what is the experimental Veqfor your KHP titration? Label the Veqon eachcopy of your KHP titration curve. Do not forget to subtract the initial buret reading when determining your Veq.Part B - Titration of KHP with NaOHLab 8 InLab - Titration Curves (In-Lab)WebAssignThe due date for this assignment is past.Your work can be viewed below, but no changes can be made.Important!Before you view the answer key, decide whether or not you plan to request an extension. Your Instructor maynotgrant you an extension if youhave viewed the answer key. Automatic extensions are not granted if you have viewed the answer key.Request ExtensionMM20.0020.00mLIn-Lab Question 2b.What is the percent difference between your theoretical and experimental equivalence volumes? (%Difference = ((Calculated!Measured) · 100)/Calculated.)%