Chemistry- titration

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OK I REALLY NEED HELP!!! and i AM DESEPRATE!! I have a titration courswork tomorow and i need to know the measurment,procedual and significant errors that are made in titration and how they can be improved. Also i need help with the evaluation bit. I REALLY NEED HELP I MANAGED TWO 0'S IN MY PRACTISE COUREWORK PLEASE HELP!!!

I have no idea what kind of titration you are doing. In general, as in this acid-base titration, error can come into each step shown here.

Have you asked other students for help? Surely someone has gotten the big picture.

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