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AP Chemistry – Class 18

CurveLab 3 – Acid/Base Titration


  • Periods E & F – Thursday, October 4th

Lab Hints

  • You will be counting drops of solution as the X-axis and measuring pH on the Y-axis of your graph.
  • You should complete a full titration curve so that you can see the inflection point.
  • The end point (equivalence point) is NOT NECESSARILY at a pH of 7, rather it is at the inflection point of the generated graph.
  • Find the volume (drops) at the inflection point by counting drops until then and then converting drops to volume.
  • Suggested data: initial and final volumes of both solutions, drops to equivalence point
  • Multiple trials are possible and expected


  • Complete lab calculations by next class (in LNB)


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