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Titration Finding The Concentration Of A Solution Of Sulphuric Acid

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Finding out the accurate concentrain of sulphuric acidAimThe point of this investigation is to find out the concentration of the sulphuric acid in my experiment. I will do this by titrating the sulphuric acid with sodium carbonate.H2SO4 + Na2CO3 à Na2SO4 + H2O + CO2Acid + Alkali à Salt + Water + Carbon dioxideRatio of sulphuric acid to sodium carbonate:H2SO4 : Na2CO31 : 1Concentration of sulphuric acid:H2SO4 is approximately 0.05 - 0.15 moldm-3The average concentration of the sulphuric acid is:0.05 + 0.15 = 0.1 moldm-32Concentration (moldm-3) = concentration (g dm-3)Molar mass (g mol-1)Mr of Na2CO3 = (23 x 2) + ( 16 x 3)= 106 g mol-1250cm3 x 0.1moldm-3 x 106 gmol-1 = 2.650g1000cm3I will use 2.650g of Na2CO3 in 250cm3 of distilled water.Apparatus· Weighing bottle· Clamp stand· Glass rod· 250cm3 volumetric flask· Small conical flask· 50cm3 burette· 100cm3 beaker· 25cm3 pipette· Pipette filler· Plastic pipette· Small filter funnel· Balance· Distilled water· Sulphuric acid· 2.650g of sodium carbonate· Spatula· White tile· Methyl orange indicatorMethod· I will make a solution where the solute will be the sodium carbonate and the solvent will be distilled water.· I will first measure the weighing bottle on its own without the lid on.· I will then make the weight of the bottle equal to 0.00g on the balance.· I will add 2.650g of sodium carbonate using a spatula.· I will then pour the sodium carbonate into a beaker, which has been washed out with distilled water to remove unwanted compounds.· I will weigh the mass of the weighing bottle without the lid on.· I will add distilled water to the beaker, drop by drop to make a viscous solution in order to reduce the amount of solid formed.· I will add approximately 100cm3 of distilled water into the beaker.· I will use the glass rod to stir the solution and get rid of solid forms.· After the sodium carbonate has dissolved completely in the distilled water, I will wash out the sodium carbonate into the volumetric flask. I will do this twice with 100cm3 of distilled water.· Then I will add slightly less than 50cm3 of water to the beaker and pour that into the volumetric flask.· Then I will use a pipette to add distilled water to the volumetric flask up to the 250cm3 line and will make sure that I can see the bottom of the meniscus reach the line at eye level. I will be using 250cm3 of the solution so that I have a known volume of the solution.· Then I will put the stopper onto the volumetric flask and make sure that it is secure. Then I will...

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