Acid and Base Titration Curves Video Lessons

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# Problem: Match each term below with its definition or description.1 The point in a titration when the added amount of standard reagent is equal to the amount of analyte being titrated. 2 The analyte is titrated with the standard reagent and the volume of standard solution required to complete the reaction is measured. 3 A reagent that is pure and stable, which can be used directly after weighing. 4 The analyte that is being analyzed in the titration. 5 Standard reagent is added in excess to ensure complete reaction with the analyte. The excess reagent is then titrated with a second standard reagent. 6 A solution, whose concentration is known, often made from a reagent of known purity. 7 The standard reagent of known concentration that is added from a buret to the analyte solution. 8 The analyte does not react directly with the titrant so it is converted to another form which will react with the titrant.9 The point in a titration when a change in the analyte solution is observed, indicating equivalency. 10 It is added to the analyte solution and aids in the observation of the completion of the reaction. A) End PointB) IndicatorC) Direct TitrationD) Back TitrationE) Indirect TitrationF) Primary StandardG) Standard SolutionH) TitrandI) Equivalence PointJ) Titrant

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Match each term below with its definition or description.

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

2 The analyte is titrated with the standard reagent and the volume of standard solution required to complete the reaction is measured.

3 A reagent that is pure and stable, which can be used directly after weighing.

4 The analyte that is being analyzed in the titration.

5 Standard reagent is added in excess to ensure complete reaction with the analyte. The excess reagent is then titrated with a second standard reagent.

6 A solution, whose concentration is known, often made from a reagent of known purity.

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

8 The analyte does not react directly with the titrant so it is converted to another form which will react with the titrant.

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

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

A) End Point

B) Indicator

C) Direct Titration

D) Back Titration

E) Indirect Titration

F) Primary Standard

G) Standard Solution

H) Titrand

I) Equivalence Point

J) Titrant