Ellie.Ginger
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When doing a titration to find the Rate of reaction, we take samples of the reaction mixture at regular intervals and quench. So at the end we have alot of conical flasks of quenching solutions but with different concentrations of the reactants yeah? and we titrate all of them with thiosulfate?
Can someone pls tell me if what I'm thinking is correct or if not pls explain
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Yes, different concentrations of reactant at different times, allowing you to plot the variation of concentration of reactant with time
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