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Solution: Which of the following would be the best indicator for the titration of a strong base with a strong acid? a) methyl violet (color change at pH = 0.8) b) bromthymol blue (color change at pH = 6.8) c) thymolphthalein (color change at pH = 10.0) d) alizarin yellow (color change at pH = 11.1) e) All of the above would be equally good indicators for the titration

Problem

Which of the following would be the best indicator for the titration of a strong base with a strong acid?

a) methyl violet (color change at pH = 0.8)

b) bromthymol blue (color change at pH = 6.8)

c) thymolphthalein (color change at pH = 10.0)

d) alizarin yellow (color change at pH = 11.1)

e) All of the above would be equally good indicators for the titration