# Help with titration calculations!

i really don't understand them can anyone help? I've been taught that you can do them by C1XV1XB2=C2XV2XB1 c=concentration v=volume b=balancing number

Posted Tue 24th May, 2011 @ 15:32 by emily

Remember n=cv/1000   and  c=n1000/v

where n= number of moles

c= concentrarion

v= volume

basically sub in the number you got from the first equation for the volume in the 2nd!

i know its not very well explained but i hope it helps :) and good luck for tommorow! :) X

Answered Tue 24th May, 2011 @ 15:37 by Edward Pinches

Something I always forget to do in titration calculations is to convert cm cubed into dm cubed. To do this you must divide the cm cubed value by 1000.

You ALSO need to know your Mass= Mr X Moles formula,  I think.

If you know the n=vc triangle, always write it down next to the question. If you're stuck and don't know what to do next, just try and calculate and find out whatever you can about the reaction, even if you don't think it's relevent to the question.

Answered Wed 25th May, 2011 @ 14:00 by Lauren