1) For the Titration a Strong acid (HCL solution) by a Strong Base (NaOH solution),

a) Write completed balanced acid base reaction,

b) Under each chemical formula in above reaction, write the known Molarity & volume for the acid & base. The volume of the NaOH solution you are trying to calculate.

Show the work to calculate below. (to make calculations easier, substitute "Liter" in for "drops". When you get answer of the volume of the NaOH solution, then substitute back "drops" for "Liters".

c) Compare the "calculated" drops of NaOH solution to what you actual did in the lab. Give possible reason why they are not close to same.

2)For the Titration a Strong base (NaOH solution) by a Strong acid (HCL solution).

a) Write completed balanced acid base reaction,

b) Under each chemical formula in above reaction, write the known Molarity & volume for the acid & base. The volume of the (HCL) solution you are trying to calculate.

Show the work to calculate below. (to make calculations easier, substitute "Liter" in for "drops". When you get answer of the volume of the HCL solution, then substitute back "drops" for "Liters".

c) Compare the "calculated" drops of HCL solution solution to what you actual did in the lab. Give possible reason why they are not close to same.

3) For the Titration a Strong acid (H

a) Write completed balanced acid base reaction,

b) Under each chemical formula in above reaction, write the known Molarity & volume for the acid & base. The volume of the NaOH solution you are trying to calculate.

Show the work to calculate below. (to make calculations easier, substitute "Liter" in for "drops". When you get answer of the volume of the NaOH solution, then substitute back "drops" for "Liters".

c) Compare the "calculated" drops of NaOH solution to what you actual did in the lab. Give possible reason why they are not close to same.

4)For the Titration a Weak base (H

a) Write completed balanced acid base reaction,

b) Under each chemical formula in above reaction, write the known Molarity & volume for the acid & base. The volume of the (NaOH) solution you are trying to calculate.

Show the work to calculate below. (to make calculations easier, substitute "Liter" in for "drops". When you get answer of the volume of the NaOH solution, then substitute back "drops" for "Liters".

c) Compare the "calculated" drops of NaOH solution to what you actual did in the lab. Give possible reason why they are not close to same.