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Hi, so I didn't take NAT 5 Chemistry, I kind of just crashed higher and actually did alright so decided to take it to advanced. However, I am okay with the new content but not the basic stuff everyone knows.

I have done my project on the vitamin C content of green and red cabbage using DCPIP. I am really struggling to understand how to work out the mass of vitamin C from the titration results amongst other things, if anyone has anything to contribute that would even romotely help that would be massively appreciated. Helppppp
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if you did a titration or back titration use this method:
write a balanced equation that mirrors the reaction that you completed
work out number of moles, and gfm of each thing in the balanced equation
use mole ratio to calculate how many moles of vitC there is then use : mass=number of moles x gfm to work out the mass

*gfm is gram formula mass and is calculated using the molecular formula and the average atomic masses of each element, should be on the first few pages of your data booklet
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Thank youuu
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you are very welcomeee
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