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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Sarah Hejnosz on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 8:37pm.

I'm in 10th grade and we did a titration lab; with every lab we have to answer follow up questions and I'm totally stuck on this one: We did not uses the volume of the water added initially to the Erlenmeyer flask in our calculations. Why?
Ok as far as calculations go, I'm not even sure if I did them right and I just do what my teacher/the book says to do without question so I have no idea why I didn't use the volume of water in the flask for the calculations. Is it just because they were irrelevant? Sorry if this made no sense, it's due tomorrow so any help is greatly appreciated!

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