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Part I 1. In order to find the equivalence point, compute the first derivative: (ApH/AmL). The
maximum value of the first derivative will indicate the volume of NaOH required to
reach the equivalence point. You should have two maxima for two inflection points.
Record the volumes at the first and second equivalence point in your report
sheet. Use the volume needed to reach the first equivalence point in order to
calculate the exact molarity of phosphoric acid. Record half the volume needed to reach the first equivalence point for your first
graph. Read the pH at that half—volume and calculate K31. Record the volume needed to reach the first equivalence point + half the volume
needed to reach the second equivalence point [half way between the first and second
equivalence points]. Read the pH at this volume and calculate K32. Print the titration graph and the first derivative graph only. Do not print your
spreadsheet data. Calculate the exact molarity of phosphoric acid: H3P04(aq) + Na0H(aq) 9 NaH2P04 + H20 171
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