Chemistry C3 - Titration Calculation Example

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Q)

25.0cm³ of sodium hydroxide are neutralised by 15.0cm³ of hydroclauric acid with a concentration of 0.100mol/l. Find the concentration of the sodium hydroxide solution.

A)

1. Start by writing the recation equation: NaOH + HCl --> NaCl + H20
(This tells us that 1 mole of NaOH neutralises 1 mole of HCl)

2. Now, work out the amount of moles of the…

Comments

Kenny

I'm sorry but I thought the question is to calculate the concentrate of the base but why is your answer the concentration of the acid? Plus, you used the wrong values in your calculation. Please revise your method.

hamzahirsi

im sorry but I thought the question is to calculate the concentrate of the base but why is your answer the concentration of the acid? Plus, you used the wrong values in your calculation. Please revise your method.

hamzahirsi

how dumb can you get revise 

Thomas Maguire

Love that spelling of hydrochloric :D. Btw to anyone who wanted to know the conc. of the sodium hydroxide, the answer I got was 0.06mol/dm3

Miriam


I got 0.06mol/dm3 too..

billy

got 0.06mol/dm^3

billy

got 0.06mol/dm^3

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