Moles and Titrations

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  • Moles and Titration
    • The more solute you dissolve in a given volume, the more crowded the solute molecules are and the more concentrated the solution
    • Titrations allow you to find out exactly how much acid is needed to neutralise a solution
    • Alkali in a flask with indicator (methyl orange) add the acid a bit at a tie giving the flask a regular swirl. Methyl orange turns yellow in alkalis and red in acids.
      • Repeat the amount of acid used to neutralise the acid, take a mean of your results
    • Calculating concentration
      • Volume= moles x 1000 / Concentration
      • Moles= volume x concentration / 1000
      • Concentration= moles x 1000 / volume


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