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I have my results from a simple titration experiment (sodium carbonate against hydrochloric acid) Average titre of 53.27 cm3 which i am happy with but how can i reason that my results are accurate?

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    Calculate the moles of acid (Molarity*volume) and compare it with moles of base.

    You should have had two moles of HCl for each mole of Na2CO3

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