What is a suitable indicator for the titration of formic acid with NaOH? Give a brief example to your explanation.
Indicators in Titrations
Indicators are used in titrations as a visual indication of the equivalence point as they usually change color with pH or other factors. A commonly used example is bromophenol blue, which is used as it changes from yellow to blue around pH 3.
Answer and Explanation: 1
Formic acid is a weak acid. When a weak acid is titrated with a strong base, the endpoint will be at a pH higher than 7 because of the weak acid's...
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Learn about strong acid - strong base titration. Understand strong acid - strong base reactions and how to find an unknown substance concentration, and see the curve.