Chem titration Watch

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drlecter
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I missed the last lesson when we were given our chem practical writeup to start. i got given the sheets and ow im baffled ive got to write a plan to find out the exact concentration of a smaple of sulphuric(VI) acid in a solution with its concentration between 0.05 and 0.15, im given anhydrous sodium carbonate to titrate with. ive worked out the molar masses of them and which indiactor to use and so on but im unsure what is made when the react and therfore cant come up with a good amount of materials to use. Also do i need to show how im going to find the concentration with examples of the formulas im gonig to use, or is that in anaylisis im jsut generally unsure of waht needs to go in to my plan im not after the perfect answer i just need some info so can get going thanx.
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you will get soduim sulphate and carbon dioxide and water

to find out the concentration you use the formula Amount used divide by Molecula Mass
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