Chemistry

Calculate the volume at which pH = pKa if 30.00mL of weak acid with a concentration of 0.0955M is titrated
against a strong base with a concentration of 0.1233M.

asked by Caroline
  1. .0955molacid*.030L weak acid= .002865 mol acid/.1233 mol base= .02325 L base/2=11.62mL

    I got confused once I found my moles of acid, did I finish it correctly?

    posted by Caroline
  2. You are right on the money!

    posted by DrBob222
  3. Why did you divide your L by 2?

    posted by Anonymous

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