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Problem: Match the following descriptions of titration curves with the diagrams.strong base added to poly-protic acid

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We’re being asked to determine the graph that represents the titration of a strong base and a polyprotic acid.

The given graphs are:

When a strong base is titrated with a polyprotic acid, we expect:

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Match the following descriptions of titration curves with the diagrams

Four titration curves are shown, with milliliters titrant on the X-axis and pH on the Y-axis (both unscaled): i) Low pH increased to high pH ii) High pH decreases to low pH iii) Medium pH increases to high pH iv) Low pH increases to medium then high pH.

strong base added to poly-protic acid

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