Titration

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What is the 1st step?
write a balanced equation
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What is the 2nd step?
write out what you know from the question
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What is the 3rd step?
moles = volume(cm3) / 100 X concentration (moldm-3)
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What is the 4th step?
work out the mole ratio from the equation and make adjustments if necessary
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What is the 5th step?
concentration (moldm-3) = moles X 1000 / volume (cm3)
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How do you work out concentration in g dm-3
mass X concentration (moldm-3)
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What is the general way for working out moles?
actual mass / Mr
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What is the equation for working out moles in titration?
moles = volume (cm3)/1000 X concentration (moldm-3)
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What is the equation for working out concentration in moldm-3?
concentration (moldm-3) = moles X 100 / volume (cm3)
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How do you calculate percentage error?
% error = actual value - experiment value / actual value X 100
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