Acid-Base Titrations Help pls. Watch

logic123
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When your carrying out a titration, while your setting out your results table, and putting down some vaues to record, i know your supposed to make your volumes go smaller until the equivalance point is reached, and go higher after the equivalence point, but how are you supposed to know when to slow job your results while your doing the experiment, such as 20.5 20.6 30, how would you know when to go smaller and when to go higher, im a bit confused.
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Do a rough titration first to know where the equivalence point is roughly - then do it accurately, slowing down towards the equivalence point
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how do i know where the equivalence point is from my readings.
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you will hopefully be using an indicator
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