 # Titration Calculations Practice. Titration Formula: (#H + ) M a V a = M b V b (#OH - )

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Titration Calculations Practice

Titration Formula: (#H + ) M a V a = M b V b (#OH - )

Problem #1 If a student titrates 15.0mL of H 2 SO 4 with NaOH and it requires 26.50mL of the 0.50M base to complete the titration, what is the molarity of the acid?

Problem #2 When phosporic acid combines with calcium hydroxide a salt and water are formed. Write the balanced chemical equation for this reaction. If a 25.0mL sample of calcium hydroxide requires 16.00mL of 0.75M phosphoric acid to completely neutralize, what is the molarity of the base?

Problem #3 Acetic acid reacts with sodium hydroxide to for sodium acetate and water. Write the balance chemical equation for the reaction. If a sample of 2.0M acetic acid is completely neutralized by 45.00mL of 1.5M sodium hydroxide, what was the volume of the acid sample?

Good Work For Monday: Review packet pages: 10 (starting with #2)-13

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