The dissociation of NaOH is:
NaOH → Na+ + OH–
Procedure for titrating an acid against a standard solution of NaOH. The acid-base indicator, phenolphthalein, is colorless in acidic solution but takes on a pink color in basic solution. How would the volume of standard solution added change if that solution were Ba(OH)2(aq) instead of NaOH(aq)?
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