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What is the equivalence point in a titration? the point at which there are equal amounts of hydrogen and hydroxide ions the point at which you begin the titration the point at which you add the indicator the point at which the pH of the acid begins to rise as base is being added

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    The equivalence point is when the solution is neutralized between your acid and base and triggers the colour change. It does not mean equal portions but a specific ratio so that the solution is neutral.

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