Chemistry-Dr. Bob

I posted this response under your answer but I thought I would repeat it here just in case you didn't look back at the other one. I really appreciate you helping. When you go to science geek, you have to type in Shockwave/Titration to get the experiment. Now, according to what you said, if I take the moles of base and volume of base which I would know and divide by acid, I would find the [H+] of the acid, correct? When I used the different indicators, I always come up with the same [H+} of each acid no matter what the indicator was used, just different amounts of base was needed-so I could actually choose which indicator I wanted, correct?

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  1. I usually check on the initial site until it gets past page 2 or 3, then I quit and one must post again to get my attention.

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  2. thank you

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