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Acid-Base Titration Lab - Finding Molarity of HCl and CH3COOH

While doing a titration, it is

permissible to use a wash bottle to wash down any material that may have splashed higher up in the flask. This would appear to increase the volume of acid in the flask. Why will it have no effect on the results? Also, why do we rinse out the buret with NaOH before starting titrations?

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