How many milliliters of .50 M NaOH solution are required to titrate 40.0 mL of a 0.10 M H_2SO_4...


How many milliliters of 0.50 M NaOH solution are required to titrate 40.0 mL of a 0.10 M {eq}H_2SO_4{/eq} solution to an end point?

Titration calculations

A titration is when a known concentration of acid or base are used to neutralize a solution (acid or base) to determine its concentration. Chemical indicators are used to perform titrations where the indicator will change color to represent the end point. A balanced equation is used to understand the acid-base neutralization reaction and can be used to calculate the concentration or volume needed of the titrant.

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First write the balanced equation: {eq}2NaOH + H_2SO_4 \rightarrow Na_2SO_4 + 2H_2O{/eq}

Calculate the moles of {eq}H_2SO_4{/eq} using the molarity...

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