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What happens in acid base titration?

What happens in acid base titration?

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School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Department: Chemistry
Course: General Chemistry I Lecture
Professor: Sherwin montano
Term: Fall 2016
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Cost: Free
Name: chapter 4 week 5
Description: These are good notes for acid-base and gas evolution reactions
Uploaded: 02/09/2017
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  • Acid-base titration
  • In a titration, a substance in a solution of known concentration is reacted with another substance in solution of unknown concentration
  • Unknown solution added slowly from a burette
  • The titration is the solution in buret
  • Volume of standard solution needed to reach equivalence point

                                     Use molarity of        ↓  standard solution

                                                    ↓

    Moles of solute in standard solution

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                                    ↓

    Moles of solute in unknown solution

                    Use volume of ↓ unknown solution

                                    ↓

    Concentration (molarity) of unknown solution

  • Acid-base gas-evolution reactions
  • In gas-evolution reaction, gas forms, resulting in bubbles
  • Many gas-evolution reactions are also acid-base reactions
  • Types of compounds that undergo gas-evolution reactions
  • Ex :         

                                    

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    Reactant type

    Intermediate product

    Gas evolved

    Sulfides

    none

    Carbonates and bicarbonates

    Sulfites and bisulfites

    Ammonium

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