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shell
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does anyone know how do do titration calculations a have a practical exam tomorrow and dont have a clue how do do them. Please could somebody help.
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easy peasey, pm me the specific q you need answering and i'll do my best to help you
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(Original post by DazYa12)
easy peasey, pm me the specific q you need answering and i'll do my best to help you
i have the practical part of As chemistry 2moz its on titrations and i dont no how to work out the titration calculation. dont really no were to start with working it out.
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(Original post by shell)
i have the practical part of As chemistry 2moz its on titrations and i dont no how to work out the titration calculation. dont really no were to start with working it out.
work out the moles by using the equation mass/RMM then times the number of moles to the volume (dm3) and u get ur molarity. i dont no if this is what u wanted or need but i hope i help in sum way
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