Lecture 23: Acid-Base Equilibrium: Titrations
recorded by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
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I. Titrations Involving a Strong Acid and a Strong Base
A. Equivalence point
B. End point
II. Calculating Points on a pH Curve
A. Calculating pH before the equivalence point
B. Calculating volume of HCl needed to reach equivalence point
C. Calculating pH after the equivalence point
III. Titration Curves for Weak Acid/Strong Base and for Weak Base/Strong Acid
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