Note: If you were not in class yesterday (Wednesday), please get the companion handout from the front desk (Titration & Neutralization Calculations) and scroll down to the entry for Days 171-172 and complete that activity first.
Today you will review the process of titration and observe how the pH changes as a titration occurs; this is graphed with what is known as a titration curve. Check out the following link for a guided example of a titration & titration curve construction:
Titration Guided Demonstration: http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/animations/chang_7e_esp/crm3s5_5.swf
After you work through the demonstration above, you will go to http://users.wfu.edu/ylwong/chem/titrationsimulator/index.html and complete 1 or more titration calculation samples. A video demonstrating how to carry out the titration, and what numbers to extract for your titration calculation, is shown below. Please watch the video for instructions on how to customize & interact with the simulation to self-check your work with titration calculations. (If the embedded video below does not show up/play, you will find the video on the Sample Drive in Eisley -> Video -> Solutions -> "Online Titration Simulation Demonstration"
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