Answer to Question #67618 in Organic Chemistry for dar
Start with 40.0 mL of your acid. Use your acid and base to answer the following questions.
acid : hydrogen peroxide
concentration of acid : .35 M
Ka to use:
base : NaOH
concentration of base : .35 M
A) Calculate the pH of the acid initially.
B) Calculate the pH ½ way to the equivalence point.
C) Calculate the pH 1 mL before the equivalence point.
D) Calculate the pH at the equivalence point.
E) Calculate the pH 2 mL after the equivalence point.
F) Graph the titration curve. Label the axes, label where there is a weak acid, weak base, strong base and a buffer.