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Solution: Consider the following curve for the titration of a weak monoprotic acid with a strong base and answer each of the following questions.Beyond what volume of added base is the pH calculated by focusing

Problem

Consider the following curve for the titration of a weak monoprotic acid with a strong base and answer each of the following questions.
A graph of pH versus Volume of base added (mL). At 0 mL of base the pH starts out at about 3 then steadily increases as base is added. At about 30 mL of base added the graph is almost vertical from a pH of about 6 to 12. As more base is added past 30 mL the pH goes back to a steady increase up to 80 mL where the pH is about 13.

Beyond what volume of added base is the pH calculated by focusing on the amount of excess strong based added?