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Homework Help: Chemistry 111

Posted by Alix on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 3:15pm.

a)For the titration of an acid analyte with a NaOH titrant, a phenolphthalein endpoint will change from colorless to pink. If the "pink" resulted from perhaps only a half-drop(or less) of NaOH titrant and the Erlenmeyer flask is set aside on the laboratory bench, the pink color may disappear after an hour or so. Explain.

b) Explain why it is quantitatively not acceptable to titrate each of the vinegar samples with the NaOH titrant to the same dark pink endpoint.

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