swastikwagle
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Burette reading in ml

Initial: (1)-0 (2)-0 (3)-0

Final: (1)-11.5 (2)-11.4 (3)-11.3

Difference: (1)-11.5 (2)11.4 (3)-11.3

What is my concordant reading?
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None of them are concordant
You have to be within 0.05 of each measurement so 11.45 and 11.40 are concordant, 0.1 difference is too large

Edit; Been a while since I've done a titration (even uni doesn't do them), and it can be dependent on the accuracy of your burette, so 0.2 cm3 steps, you need a 0.1 cm3 concordant readings, 0.1 cm3 steps, you need 0.05 cm3 concordant readings
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concordant results are results that are at most 0.1 cm^3 away from eachother
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