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What and where is the equivalence point?

Is it in the beginning of the experiment or at the reaction point?

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  1. I figured out it is the beginning of my chart.

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    posted by Lisa
  2. I don't know what your chart looks like but I wouldn't think it would be the beginning of it. Slide down and see what I wrote to Sarah in that long discussion about equivalence point. Or I can help if you still don't understand.

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