A 30.00 milliliter sample of a weak monoprotic acid was... solution of NaOH.

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A 30.00 milliliter sample of a weak monoprotic acid was... solution of NaOH.
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Tuesday, November 22, 2011
2:04 PM
A 30.00 milliliter sample of a weak monoprotic acid was titrated with a standardized
solution of NaOH.
A pH meter was used to measure the pH after each increment of NaOH was added, and
the curve above was constructed.
(a) Explain how this curve could be used to determine the molarity of the acid.
(b) Explain how this curve could be used to determine the dissociation constant Ka of
the weak monoprotic acid.
(c) If you were to repeat the titration using a indicator in the acid to signal the endpoint,
which of the following indicators should you select? Give the reason for your choice.
Methyl red Ka = 1 × 10–5
Cresol red Ka = 1 × 10–8
Alizarin yellow Ka = 1 × 10–11
(d) Sketch the titration curve that would result if the weak monoprotic acid were
replaced by a strong monoprotic acid, such as HCl of the same molarity. Identify
differences between this titration curve and the curve shown above.
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