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if air bubbles remain in the burette during the titration, what will the effect be on the calculated values of ::
a- the concentration of NaOh
b- the molarity of H2SO4
??

  • chemistry -

    It all depends upon when the air bubbles were there, if they changed in size during the titration, or if they were dispensed in the titration.
    Go back to the NaOH/H2C2O4 titration did, work up the formulas used to calculate the M of the NaOH and the M H2SO4 and go through the logical sequence.

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    no effect

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