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RQA #1 Titration Review Name ________________________ Date_________

1. A 15.5 mL sample of 0.215 M KOH was titrated with a weak acid. It took 21.2 mL of the acid to
reach the equivalence point. What is the molarity of the acid?

A. 0.157M B.0.29M C.0.0157M D.0.029M

2. The concentration of HCl, a strong acid is 0.500 M. If 20.0 ml HCl is needed to titrate 0.250 M of
NaOH, what is the volume of NaOH?

A. 40.0 mL B. 50.0 mL C. 25.0 mL D.15.5 mL

3. What is the difference between a strong acid HX and weak acid HA when they are put into a water
solution? Write an equation for the ionization of a strong acid, HX and a weak acid, HA to illustrate
the difference. (be sure to use and or as necessary)

4. How is a concentrated acid different from a dilute acid in terms of Molarity? Explain with words or
a picture to illustrate your answer.

5. Write out a neutralization reaction between a hydronium ion and hydroxide ion. Explain what
neutralization means. What is true about the moles of hydronium ion and hydroxide ion at
6. A student wanted to determine the concentration of a bottle of H 3PO4 so she titrated the unknown
acid solution with 200.0 mL of 0.123 M Ba(OH)2. The titration required 145.6 mL of the phosphoric
acid solution.

a. Write the neutralization reaction that occurred:

b. Calculate the concentration (molarity) of the H 3PO4 used: SHOW ALL WORK!!

c. For a different experiment, the student needs the H 3PO4 molarity to be less than .100 M would
this solution be a good choice? Why or why not? What can the student do to solve the
problem? Be specific in the changes that would need to be made.

A. B Label the flasks as strong or weak (acids or bases).

Describe why you made your choice include words like anions and
cations, ionization, how you knew if it was an acid or a base.