Advanced PlacementCollege / Chemistry

Investigation of Acid-Base Titrations

Students compare the pH titration profiles of strong, weak and polyprotic acids.

Students are expected to experimentally determine the equivalence point(s) of each of the acids investigated. In the case of weak acids, equivalence point values will be correlated to dissociation constant.

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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
18.1; 18.4 SAP-9.E; TRA-1.B; SPQ-4.B; TRA-8.A

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Investigation of Acid-Base Titrations