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Explain why the change from red to blue in Reaction 11-19 occurs suddenly at the

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Problem 11-23

Explain why the change from red to blue in Reaction 11-19 occurs suddenly at the equivalence point instead of gradually throughout the entire titration.

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Chemistry 222 final will be 70 questions. You will have 110 minutes. It will be in the same room we have had lecture all semester. Bring a pencil, non-programmable calculator, and an eraser. Dahl will provide a scantron. Exam is curved. Half of the questions right is a 70%. You will be tested over atomic and molecular structures, bonding, stoichiometry, equilibrium, redox reactions and electrochemistry, periodic table trends, and solutions. You will be provided with a periodic table, equations, and constants. You will not have to memorize these things (phew!). Things to review for the exam:  Quantum numbers. The principle quantum number n=1,2,3,… It is the energy level. The outer energy level of potassium has a quantum number of 4. The subshell l=0,1,2,...,n-1.

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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Author: Daniel C. Harris
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