Titration Calculations

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Titration Calculation

The results from a titration experiment can be used to calculate the concentration of acids or alkalis

IF THEY ASK FOR CONCENTRATION IN MOLES PER DM3...

E.g. You have 25cm3 of sodium hydroxide with a concentration of 0.1molesdm-3. The results from the titration show that it takes 30cm3 of sulphuric acid to neutralise the sodium hydroxide. What's the concentration of sulphuric acid?

1) Work out how many moles of the known substance

Comments

mel

is this for a level? it isnt very clear tbh...

Sophie

g.c.s.e i think...

zofia

thank you soooo much! i understand how to do them now :D **

Abbie

yeah, it's for gcse seperate science and you're welcome!

Abi Ainsworth

But it is in a level and plays a big part depending on your course

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