Making Sodium, ammonium and potassium salts

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  • The method of finding out exactly how much of each solution you will need to produce one of these salts is called a titration.
  • The point at which an indicator changes colour during the titration is called the end point of the titration.
  • Having found out how much acid and alkaline is needed, you redo the test, but without the indicator.

Making sodium sulfate crystals.

  • 25cm3 of sodium hydroxide is transferred to a conical flask


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