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what is important about oxygen being formed during a titration?? (formed in container after it has been titrated not in the burette)

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    What titration are you doing?

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    never mind I figured it out!! hydrogen peroxide, so it breaks down to water and O2 and seeing the bubbles proves that the actual reaction occurred

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    thanks

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