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pH Calculation of a Solution Formed During Titration

Calculate the pH of the solution formed during a titration upon adding 35.0 ml of a standard .150M NaOH solution to:

a. 15.00 ml of .200 M CH3COOH Ka = 1.8 x 10^-5.

b. 36.0 ml of .100 M malonic acid, (H2M) (Ka1 = 1.42 x 10^-3, ka2 = 2.01 x 10^-6

Solution Summary

This solution explains in 680 words how to determine pH in the reaction between an acid and a base by describing the relationship between an acid and a base. Calculations of molarity, concentration and pH are completed and attached in a .doc file.