# How do you find volume in a titration question?

##### 1 Answer

See below.

#### Explanation:

There are different types of titration, but in here I will assume that the question is about the titration is an acid-base titration.

Assuming we want to find how much base should be added to an acid with a known concentration.

In the question, it should be provided the following data:

Concentration of the acid:

Volume of the acid:

Concentration of the base:

and we will need to determine the volume of the base (

Assuming that the acid and the base are both monoprotic, such as:

In here we can say:

Since the relationship between the number of mole and molarity is:

Thus, the volume of the base needed to titrate the acid is:

Here is a complete lab demonstration on how to carry an acid-base titration in the lab along with the calculations thereafter:

**Lab Demonstration | Acid - Base Titration.**