Acid-Base Titrations
In an indicator whose transition range is well above 7, ionization tends to be a. come complete and In- is a stronger base, b. more complete and In- is a weaker base, c. less complete and In- is a stronger base, d. less complete and In- is a weaker base

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  1. See that same reference I gave you and take note that HIn ==> H^+ + In^-

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