10.3 Acid-Base Stoichiometry Titration: analytical procedure to determine concentration of solution 1.

titrant (solution in burette (burette is a tube with 0.1mL divisions with a valve at one end to control volume of titrant that leaves burette)) is added to a flask containing a measured volume of solution of unknown concentration 2. point during acid-base titration when neutralization is complete is called eqiuvalence point (at this point amount of acid and base exactly match mole ratio) 3. to identify when EP is reached, look for a sudden change in pH or color, the point when it happens is called endpoint 4. if a slight excess is added the color changes permanently Choosing an Acid-Base Indicator

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