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How to find pH in a weak acid titration - Real Chemistry

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  • A graphical plot of pH versus volume of titrant.

    The pH of an acid base titration is measured at a set volume interval of titrant added, the curve of the graph varies depending on the conditions of the titration, say weak acid strong base, or strong acid weak base and so on. The endpoint can be found roughly in the middle of the vertical section of the titration curve.

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  • It affects the titration results.

    If you're doing acid-base titration, pH plays a big role. It is usually done to determine the concentration of a solution or the molarity. pH indicates the end point.

    If you're using titration to prepare a soluble salt, it may affect purity of the product obtained.

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