How to do Titration Calculations

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How to do titration questions
The question (January 2010)
Method
1) Create the balanced equation (if not already given)
2) List all the information again (the red underlined bit and the blue underlined bit)
3) Work out the mols of the given substance (the reactant compound that has both the volume and
concentration already given) using this formula:
M ols = V olume x Concentration
1000
4) Work out the mol ratio of the 2 reactants
5) Do the mol equation for the other substance backwards.

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Working out
1)
CREATE THE BALANCED EQUATION
(In this case, the equation has already been given, therefore no need to balance)
2) LIST ALL THE INFORMATION AGAIN NEATLY
NH2CH2COOH volume: 25 cm3
NH2CH2COOH concentration: X mol/dm3
NaOH volume: 18.40 cm3
NaOH concentration: 0.…read more

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C oncentration of NH 2CH 2COOH (X ) = 0.…read more

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