High School / Chemistry

Diprotic Titration: Multi-Step Chemical Reactions

In this lab, students will use a drop counter and pH sensor to determine the concentration of a sodium carbonate solution. Students will learn that chemical reactions can be the sum of several individual reactions.


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Diprotic Titration: Multi-Step Chemical Reactions