anonymous
  • anonymous
Titration problem. I don't know, I'm already confused. I don't know how to start. PLease help me! Question below.
Chemistry
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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abb0t
  • abb0t
Where are you stuck, specifically? Set up your equation. You have benzoic acid + HCl \(\rightarrow\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
benzoic acid? Shouldn't be sodium benzoate, which is a base reacting to HCl (acid)? So the reaction should be like this: sodium benzoate + HCl = NaCl + benzoic acid? I know that at equivalence point, the quantity of base is equal to t he quantity of acid.. so I calculated for the moles of acid at equivalence point. nHCl = (0.1023)(0.02282) = 2.33x10^-3 mol = moles of base then what? I don't know where to go from here.

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