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Why isn't an Acid-base titration curve linear? [duplicate]

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but why is a acid-base titration curve not linear? As you add more acid solution to a basic solution, shouldn't the pH of the basic solution slowly go up in ...
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Titration curve of strong acid with strong base [duplicate]

I have a question regarding the titration curve for $\ce{HCl}$ titrated with $\ce{NaOH}$. Why does it look like it does, with a steep slope near the equivalence point and a flat slope at the beginning ...
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How to determine the pH of a mixture of two weak acids?

We have two solutions: Solution 1 is $\ce{HCOOH}$, its concentration is $c_1 = \pu{10^-2 mol/l}$, its volume is $V_1 = \pu{50 ml}$, and its $\mathrm{pH}_1 = 2.9$. Solution 2 is $\ce{CH3COOH}$, its ...
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What is causing the buffer region in a weak acid - strong base titration?

For the buffer region in this, why does it stop the pH from increasing? At the start: $$\ce{CH3COOH + NaOH -> CH3COONa + H2O}$$ Which means there will be a high amount of salt in the solution, ...
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Is the Henderson–Hasselbalch equation volume independent?

Looking at this equation $\mathrm{pH} = \mathrm{p}K_\text{a} +\log\frac{[\ce{CB}]}{[\ce{A}]}$ makes me think that it is concentration independent. What I mean is, when we look at $\frac{[\ce{CB}]}{[\...
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How to analyze a acid and salt mixture using titrimetry?

Given a mixture of $\ce{HCl}$ and $\ce{MCl3}$ and the following dissociation constants for $\ce{M(OH)3}$, how can the concentrations of $\ce{HCl}$ and $\ce{MCl3}$ be determined separately by titrating ...
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Inflection point, slope, and equivalence point in a titration

My textbook, Harris 7th Edition Quantitative Chemical Analysis, says: In titrations involving 1:1 stoichiometry of reactants, the equivalence point is the steepest point of the titration curve. ...
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Why is there an increase in the pH at the start of a titration between a weak acid and a strong base?

Why is there an increase in the pH at the start of a titration between a weak acid and a strong base even though there is acid already present to neutralize it? My intuition says that there should not ...
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Why is the vertical part of a titration curve longer for a strong acid by a strong base than for a weak?

As the title says, I would like to understand chemically why this occurs. My theory behind it is that in the former case both are completely dissociated, and so at the equivalence point (and ...
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pH Curves for Titrations

Why does the pH rapidly increase near the equivalence point during--why does the slope of the graph of a pH curve sharply increase around this area?
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pH Curves- Anomalies

In class, the other day, we were discussing pH curves. Assume that I have HCl and NaOH of concentration 1 mol/mL. Now, consider that I have 50mL of HCl, and begin adding small quantities of NaOH. I ...
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pH Curve in Acid/Base Titrations

So I came across a question on the equation of the pH curve, and I wanted to know how the user here arrived at the matter balance equation. Any help would be appreciated! Here is the question: The ...
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Need clarification on pH titrimetry .

I found somewhere in this site that question The reason behind the steep rise in pH in the acid base titration curve when I tried to follow accepted answer, at some point I got stuck. Answer says, ...
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