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Chemistry AS ISA titration Help! [AQA]

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    I have my ISA titration paper on friday and really need some help!
    I am so unprepared and have no idea how to revise :/
    I looked at percentage errors as my teacher told me to read up on it but how could they possibly ask that in the exam?? what do we need to know abiout it?
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    they'll probably give you results to an experiment and ask you to work out an unknown concentration of one of the chemicals. Also know the proper name of the equipment (not just pipette but what type of pipette? Graduated, dropper, glass?) Know the type of titration; an acid-base titration and a neutralisation titration or a redox titration.
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    (Original post by PoorLoser)
    I have my ISA titration paper on friday and really need some help!
    I am so unprepared and have no idea how to revise :/
    I looked at percentage errors as my teacher told me to read up on it but how could they possibly ask that in the exam?? what do we need to know abiout it?
    loxford student defo.

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