Why is titration important?

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Why is it important? What are some strengths and weaknesses of the procedure? and why is it used for acid-base evaluations?
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Its an easy way to determine how much of sth acidic or alkaline is in a sample. With a ph Indicator addet you add so much of the appropriate opposite that you get a colourchange. Usually repaeted twice more for precision: Advantage is ease, disadvantage is a necessary precision and cleanliness necessary, everything must be really clean to start. Plus its only usable with solubles that show an indicatable property, pH or ionic.

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  • travis g answered 7 years ago
    titration can be used for many things. The concentrations of certain components of a solution can be found, pH as stated above me, determining equilibrium, and so on. It is a pretty handy method to know.
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