anonymous
  • anonymous
do non quantitative rxns have equivalence points?
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aaronq
  • aaronq
whats a "non-quantitative" reaction?
anonymous
  • anonymous
like between weak acids and bases|dw:1433736747661:dw| it will look kinda like that but im not sure if there is or not.... im thinking no......
aaronq
  • aaronq
i still dont know what you mean. what are the axes on the graph?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
y is pH x is the titrant which is a base, so if you add a weak acid and weak base together its a non-quantitative rxn therefore that graph and it literally looks like thaat while for strong acids and strong base it will look like this |dw:1433810589881:dw| but becuase WA and WB have the graph like that is there still a equivalence point?
aaronq
  • aaronq
oh okay. yes, they do have equivalence point, although they're not as pronounced as those with strong acids/bases. this type of equivalence point would probably only be apparent after some data processing - which would involve taking som derivatives to find any inflection points

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