# Problem: Match each term with its definition or description. __________The point in a titration when the added amount of standard reagent is equal to the amount of analyte being titrated. __________ A volumetric analysis technique used to determine the unknown concentration of a solution by using the known concentration of another. __________ A solution of unknown concentration. __________ The standard reagent of known concentration that is added from a buret to the analyte solution. __________ A common concentration unit - moles per liter. __________ The point in a titration when a change in the analyte solution is observed, indicating equivalency. __________ It is added to the analyte solution and aids in the observation of the completion of the reaction. __________ A solution of unknown concentration. __________ The standard reagent of known concentration that is added from a buret to the analyte solution. __________ A common concentration unit - moles per liter. __________ The point in a titration when a change in the analyte solution is observed, indicating equivalency. __________ It is added to the analyte solution and aids in the observation of the completion of the reaction. Answer Bank equivalence point molarity titrant end point analyte indicator titration

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equivalence point → The point in a titration when the added amount of standard reagent is equal to the amount of analyte being titrated.

titration → A volumetric analysis technique used to determine the unknown concentration of a solution by using the known concentration of another.

analyte → A solution of unknown concentration.

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Match each term with its definition or description.

__________The point in a titration when the added amount of standard reagent is equal to the amount of analyte being titrated.

__________ A volumetric analysis technique used to determine the unknown concentration of a solution by using the known concentration of another.

__________ A solution of unknown concentration.

__________ The standard reagent of known concentration that is added from a buret to the analyte solution.

__________ A common concentration unit - moles per liter.

__________ The point in a titration when a change in the analyte solution is observed, indicating equivalency.

__________ It is added to the analyte solution and aids in the observation of the completion of the reaction.

__________ A solution of unknown concentration.

__________ The standard reagent of known concentration that is added from a buret to the analyte solution.

__________ A common concentration unit - moles per liter.

__________ The point in a titration when a change in the analyte solution is observed, indicating equivalency.

__________ It is added to the analyte solution and aids in the observation of the completion of the reaction.

equivalence point

molarity

titrant

end point

analyte

indicator

titration

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