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# Lab Titration for NaOH

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For your most exact titration, record the following:

(a) Volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the start (mL): The volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the start was 50 mL.

(b) Volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the end (mL): The volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the end was 33.65 mL.

(c) Volume of NaOH solution delivered to the flask (mL): The volume of the NaOH solution delivered to the flask was 16.35 mL.

(d) Volume of HCl solution in the flask (mL): The volume of HCI solution in the flask was 20 mL.

2. Calculate the molarity of the HCl concentration from the equation:
C(acid) = C(base) * V(base) / V(acid)

(You will use 0.1M or moles). I am not sure if I plug in the numbers in the format of just say 16.35mL for the base or .001635 and that is where I get lost. I will attach my lab in case you need any more information. Thank you very much for your help!

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For your most exact titration, record the following:

(a) Volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the start (mL): The volume of NaOH solution in the burette at the start was 50 ...

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Lab titrations for NaOH is examined.

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