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Chapter 3: Volumetric analysis

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Aliquot Average (mean) titre Burette Concentration Concordant titres Conical flask End point Equivalence point Indicator Molarity Pipette Primary standards Standard solution Titration Titre Uncertainties Volumetric analysis Volumetric flask

A volume of liquid measured by a pipette The value used in calculating the result of a volumetric analysis. Found by taking the average of three concordant titres. An item of volumetric equipment that delivers variable volumes of solution accurately A measure of how much solute is dissolved in a unit quantity of solution Titres that vary within narrowly specified limits A flask with a broad base and narrow neck, used in titrations The point during a titration when the indicator changes colour A point during a titration when the solutions have been mixed in the mole ratio shown by the reaction equation A substance that has different colours in acidic and basic solutions The amount of solute (mole) dissolved in one litre of solution An item of volumetric equipment used to deliver fixed volumes of liquid accurately A substance that is so pure that its amount (in mole) can be determined accurately from its mass A solution of known concentration A process used to determine the concentration of a reagent in which one solution is added from a burette to a known volume or mass of another substance A volume of liquid, measured by a burette, used in a titration Errors associated with measurements made during experimental work Analysis using measurements of volumes A flask used to measure precise volumes of solutions

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