What is the purpose of titration?

1 Answer
Dec 3, 2015

Answer:

Titration is useful for many applications.

Explanation:

Titration is useful for many applications such as:

  1. Find the molarity of a solution with an unknown concentration.
  2. Determine the mass of an acid salt or a base salt.
  3. Determine the mass percent of a solute in a solution.
  4. Determine the degree of purity of a solid.
  5. Test for buffering activity.
  6. etc.

Here are useful videos about titration and its applications:
Lab Demonstration | Acid - Base Titration.

Lab Experiment #9: Determination of the Formula Mass of an Acid Salt.

AP Chemistry Investigation #15: Household Products' Buffering Activity.

AP Chemistry Investigation #8: Redox Titration of Hydrogen Peroxide by Potassium Permanganate.