Complete Table 5.A (on page 140) by writing the names and formulas for the ionic compounds formed when the cations listed across the top combine with the anions shown in the left-hand column.
1. a. Titration-method of analysis that allows you to predict how much of a base is needed to 1 neutralize an acid as well as predict the molarity or either the bas2 or the acid. b. Equivalence Point- when the acid become neutral in a titration reaction c. Standard solution-solution in which the concentration is accurately known d. Monoprotic acid-an acid that has one hydrogen 4 4 e. Diprotic acid- an acid with two hydrogens f. End point- where the titration ends in practice 2. A study was conducted to determine the acidity of edible oils when they are heated. They use an indicator to determine the pH. By knowing the acid co