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    is anyone else doing chemistry coursework on finding out how much acid is in a solution? so far i've done the risk assessment. lol. and its due tomorrow! not that i had that long to do it. only a week and i've been slaving over my biology coursework (which i handed in today so very proud of myself). i know its a titration experiement and that i'm using strong acid and weak alkali and that i'm using methyl orange as my indicator, but how much detail am i supposed to go into for my account of how i am going to do the experiment? what am i actually writing about? lol.


    if you need help with any calculations I can help but that's very vague

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