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Acid-Base Titrations: Standardization of NaOH and Antacid Analysis

Acid- Base Titrations By Julia Trimble   Introduction: A titration is a procedure in which two solutions are introduced to form a reaction that once completed, reaches an identifiable endpoint (Murphy, 2012, p.305).  During a titration, the volume of one reagent, the analyte, is predetermined while the other reagent, the titrant, is prepared in a buret and slowly introduced to the analyte solution.  The completion of this reaction can be determined via observation through the use of an indicator.  The […]

Neutralization Reactions Lab Report

This report was to to study Neutralization Reactions Sample Calculations 1. q = ms∆t – 1M HCl q = (acid mass(g))(base mass(g))(tf-ti)(s) q = -(50.2+26.1)(8.6)(4.184) q = -2.746 kJ   2. x mol of acid & base – 1M HCl mol HCl = (1M HCl x (50mL))/(1000mL) = 0.05 mol HCl mol NaOH = (2M NaOH x (25mL)/(1000mL) = 0.05 mol NaOH   3. mol H20 – 1M HCl mol H2O – .05mol NaOH + .05mol HCl à .05mol NaCl + […]