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INDC2003 Volumetric Analysis

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this is the report for the lab during the indc2003, the volumetric analysis is the technique for the titration.

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INDC2003 Volumetric Analysis
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Chemistry Titration Analytical chemistry Analysis Acid–base titration Equivalence point Acid dissociation constant Acid PH Sodium carbonate Standard solution Thermometric titration
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Chemistry Titration Analytical chemistry Analysis Acid–base titration Equivalence point Acid dissociation constant Acid PH Sodium carbonate Standard solution Thermometric titration
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The primary principle of this method is a substance to be analysed is readily to react with another known concentration solution. The endpoint of reaction is recognised by using an appropriate indicator (Kenkel 2002). The point which is visibly spotted by an indicator is called equivalent point or Stoichiometric point (Khopkar 2004). As a result, concentration of analyte is calculated based on the volumes of known concentration solution. The principle aim of this experiment is to reinforce and develop student’s skills of using neutralised acid-base titration technique to determine the unknown concentration of analysed solutions. Specifically, student is required to conduct titrations to analyse concentration of phosphoric acid and a prepared hydrochloric acid by using known concentration sodium hydroxide and sodium carbonate r...
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