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Chemistry 111, Experiment 8
Terms in this set (17)
substance that produced H+ ions
substance that produced OH- ions
Bronsted- Lowry Base
the process by which the amount of a substance is determined by measuring the volume of a solution of known concentration that reacts with it.
One major use of sulfuric acid
fertilizers, steel treatment, chemical and petroleum product
the chemist who first differentiated acids, bases, and salts by using color reactions of anthocyanins
the ratio of the reactants and products of a reaction
1:1:1:1 ratio of the reaction NaOH (aq)+ HCl (aq) --> NaCl (aq) + H2O (l)
Equivalence point of a titration
the point in titration when the exact stoichiometric amount of reagent has been added to react with the other reaction in solution
Super market products (acids)
cola (phosphoric acid)
Super market products (bases)
have been found to interfere with the biologic production of calcium carbonate in bird eggshell formation.
when you add a lot of acid and then back track to equivalence point through the use of the base.
Why is back titration a better approach then conventional titration?
conducted when one of the solutions is highly volatile, a base or an acid is insoluble, or the reaction is slow.
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