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Solutions for Living by Chemistry | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9781464142314 | Authors: Angelica M. Stacy 9781464142314

Solution for problem 6 Chapter Lesson 89

Imagine that you use 0.95 M NaOH to titrate several water samples. The volume of base

Living by Chemistry | 2nd Edition


Problem 6

Imagine that you use 0.95 M NaOH to titrate several water samples. The volume of base needed to neutralize a specified amount of acid is given. Determine the acid concentration and the pH for each.

a. 25 mL acid, 46 mL NaOH

b. 10 mL acid, 17 mL NaOH

c. 25 mL acid, 12 mL NaOH

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Step-by-Step Solution:

Step 1 of 4

Concentration of an acid can be calculated by the following formula;

                                                  ....................................(1)
Here,

 = Concentration of base

 = Volume of base

 = Concentration of an acid

 = Volume  of an acid.

Chapter Lesson 89, Problem 6 is Solved

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Imagine that you use 0.95 M NaOH to titrate several water samples. The volume of base