2. Insert the best graph for each of the 4 titration experiments. Label the half-neutralization point, the equivalence point, and the end point on each of the graph.
3. A: How many milligrams of NaOH were needed to reach equivalency with HCl?B: How many milligrams of NaOH were needed to reach equivalency with the acetic acid? (Hint: The calculations from last week might help.)
4. In a table:
List the pH values for each acid at the start of each titration.
List the pH value at the half-neutralization point.
List how much the pH values changed between the beginning and end of the titrations. List the volume of titrant needed to reach equivalency.
5. How did the titration of HCl with NaOH compare to the titration of HCL with NH3?What could be some reasons for the differences?
6. Provide one attribute of seawater, other than acidity/alkalinity, that can be quantified through titration.
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