In my titration method it says trial titration. In my table it says rough titration.
I know the meaning of both.

But, are they the same thing and could i say my first titration rough value is both the trial titration and rough titration?

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  1. Frankly, I don't know how your prof uses those terms. In my book a trial titration is a good one but it's just one of several; i.e., one may do 3 trial titrations and use the average in calculations. A rough titration is one is which we aren't too careful and the answer for the titration is somewhere in the vicinity of the correct value. I use them with different definitions.

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