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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by redgy on Monday, March 21, 2011 at 12:10am.

We titrated Sprite with 0.1051 M standard NaOH. I've ploted three different titrations and am supposed to use the titration curve to identify the acid. I assume the acid is Citric since it's Sprite, but the lab manual also says "to recall that two K values must be far enough apart ( at least 10^ -3) to see two equivalence points. What am I supposed to use to figure out the K values. I have pH's vs. mL of NaOH and started with 25mL of Sprite. Help PLEASE!

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