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Posted by sk1227 on Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 8:17am.

Thymol blue in its acid range is not a suitable indicator for the titration of HCl by NaOH(aq) . Suppose that a student uses thymol blue by mistake in the titration of Figure 17-9 in the textbook and that the indicator end point is taken to be pH=2.0.

Approximately what percent of the HCl remains unneutralized at pH=2.0?

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