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A laboratory method to determine the concentration of an analyte in solution. The solution volume plays a key role in the analysis.

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So, as part of an experiment, I plan to make a diprotic basic buffer. For a monoprotic basic buffer, I used the standard combination of Ammonia and Ammonium Chloride. However, how can I make a diproti …
asked Mar 27 '17 by Einstein the troll
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there any experiment you suggest I do to further the theoretical model of the pH curve (beyond just doing a simple acid-base titration for verification)? …
asked Mar 20 '17 by Einstein the troll
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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 reason behind the steep rise in pH in the acid base titration curve …
asked Jan 2 '17 by Einstein the troll
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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 ob …
asked Aug 6 '16 by Einstein the troll