Subject: How can I find the identity of an unknown acid through titration?
Date: Sat Oct 7 19:38:04 2000
Posted by Andrea
Grade level: undergrad
School: East Carolina University
City: Greenville State/Province: NC
Country: United states
Area of science: Chemistry
In my lab course i must identify a given unknown acid. I know that this
must be done through titrations, but how? After titrations and finding the
molarity of the acid how then do i use this to identify the name of the
Re: How can I find the identity of an unknown acid through titration?
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