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SSI3013

DATA-LOGGING
ACID-BASE TITRATION
USING PH
SENSOR
Members Name : Norizam Azwani
Binti Abu Yaziz
(D20161073926)
: Nurul Izzati
Binti Mohamad Zuhri
(D20161073927)
Lecturer : En. Azmi Bin Ibrahim

DATA LOGGING
The process where computer
used to collect data through
sensors, data analyzed and save
and the results of the collection
and analysis become the output.
The data logger is the electronic
instrument that records the
measurement over time.

COMPONENTS OF DATA
LOGGING SYSTEM

Title :
Acid-Base Titration Using PH Sensor
Objectives :
1.To perform a potentiometric titration of
an acidic solution of known molarity.

2.To graph the volume of base added vs the


pH and to determine the equivalence point.

3.To calculate the molarity of the basic


solution.

Acid
Base

ENGAG
E

What we know about acids and


bases ?
Acids
- Level of PH : 1 to 6
- Examples : lemons and vinegar
Bases
- Level of PH : 8 to 14
- Baking soda and medicines. Flavor is added to medicines
to offset the bitter taste
Natural
- Level of PH : 7
- Example : water

EMPOWER
Planning and doing experiment

PLANNING AND
CARRYING OUT
EXPERIMENT

RESULT

FIRST DERIVATIVES OF
DATA

QUESTION
S
1. What does the graph tell you about the amount
of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide
needed for the titration?
2. What does the first derivatives graph represents?
3. Explain the differences between an endpoint and
equivalence point in a titration?
4. Can we titrate a solution of unknown
concentration with another solution of unknown
concentration and still get a meaningful answer?
Explain.
5. What is the chemical equation involved in this
acid-base titration?

ENHANCE
1. Citric acid
. Plays a role in one famous stomach remedy,
or antacid.
. Antacids are more generally associated with
alkaline substances, used for their ability to
neutralize stomach acid.
Example : The fizz in Alka-Seltzer

2. Aluminium hydroxide
Is an interesting base, because it has a
wide number of applications, including
its use in antacids.
It reacts with and neutralizes stomach
acid (Hydrochloric acid, HCl).
Examples : found in commercial antacids
such as Di-Gel, Gelusil and Maalox (relief
of heatburn and acid indigestion).

Di-Gel, Gelusil and


Maalox

3. Baking soda (sodium


bicarbonate and sodium
hydrogen)
Use in baking and other
applications such as in AlkaSeltzer (addition of citric acid to
improve the flavour), fighting
fires (smoothers flames by
obstructing the flow of oxygen to
the fire).
Baking powder = baking soda +
weak acid = carbon dioxide

CONCLUSION
With these experiments, we saw that there
are acid substances and basic substances.
They react with each other, producing salts.
The acid-basic degree is expressed in pH. To
measure the acid-basic degree of a
substance, we can use pH papers like litmus
paper, indicators like phenolphthalein, and
electronic pH meters. Many other natural
substances of vegetable origin have the
property to change color because of the
acidity of the environment.

The End