titration

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What is a Titration?

A titration adds a carefully measured amount
of one
solution to another.

how do you do Titration?

A Titration using an Acid and an Alkali.

The exact amount of acid needed to neutralise an alkali
can be found by titration. This technique can be used to
make pure crystals of a soluble salt (one that dissolves in water).

In the example below

The burette is filled with hydrochloric acid.
A known quantity of alkali (say
50 cm3 sodium hydroxide)
is

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