anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you identify an acid from doing a titration? Answer needed argently!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
when you do the titration, make a note of the pH after every x amount of base is added. From there, make a graph of the data. From the data, you should be able to find the pKa of the acid. From the amount of standard solution used in the titration, you should be able to find the equivalent weight of the acid. the pKa combined with the equivalent weight will help you identify the acid.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks! :)

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