Devry week5 chemIlab UNKNOWN ACID AND BASE TITRATION

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The pH, or the concentration of the hydrogen plus ion [H+], is one of the most critical parameters in predicting if a system will corrode, or determining why a system is corroding. PH is defined as the negative log base 10 of the hydrogen plus ion concentration in the units of moles per litre.

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?Lacy TayloriLab, Week #5UNKNOWN ACID AND BASE TITRATIONIntroductionThe pH, or the concentration of the hydrogen plus ion [H+], is one of the most critical parameters in predicting if a system will corrode, or determining why a system is corroding. PH is defined as the negative log base 10 of the hydrogen plus ion concentration in the units of moles per litre.ProcedurepH MEASUREMENT OF UNKNOWN SOLUTIONSObtain the following apparatus from the equipment menu:?100 mL beaker?general purpose thermometer in oC?pH meterObtain a sample unknown that you wish to determine the pH of, and place about 50 mL in the beaker.3.Lower the electrode into the solution, and while gently stirring, determine the pH of the solution ACIDITY MEASUREMENT WITH INDICATORSSet up two 50 mL test tubes.Label one as an Acid "A" and one as a Base "B"Place 35 mL of the appropriate stock solution i

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