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why sodium carbonate against hydrochloric acid titration using phenolphthalein indicator does not go to completion but stops at the sodium hydrogen carbonate stage.

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    this is because sodium hydrogen carbonate will react with H+ or hydrochloric acid,in other word neutralise it

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