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    Coursework for A2 chemistry is coming up and i'm finding myself stuck for ideas, only thing i've been able to come up with is comparing the different ways of measuring the pH at time intervals throughout an acid-base reaction.

    I have researched some methods for measuring and found things like metal electrodes, litmus paper, aqueous indicator and glass electrode.

    It would be comparing and finding out the most suitable method for doing do. I also thought about having some more variables more to do with the actual reaction.

    Would be grateful for any feedback with regards to the actual reaction I could run or anything else that would maybe improve it. As i'm feeling it is a bit simple.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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