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I am doing an experiment for science fair. I will like to know if lemon is more acidic than grapefruit and lime. I will do a titration and I will use Naocl and phenolthaleine as indicator. I know that the solution that takes more drop of the titulant(NaOcl)will be more acid. But this is not enough information. I know that it will be good use a ph meter but I don't have one. It is any other way that I could calculate the pH at any time that put a drop of NaOCl in the acid before the equivalent point. I was thinking by using the ml of NaOCl, but I am not quite sure.
Re: How can I calculate the pH of the titration of citric acid with NAOCl?
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