Answer to Question #57310 in Other Chemistry for panos
during the volumetric analysis of Potassium hydrogen phthalate, a solution of NaOH contaminated with CO2 was used.
Since, NaOH contaminated with CO2, its concentration lower than supposed, you will received higher concentration value for Potassium hydrogen phthalate than real – positive error.
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Dear panos. Yes. The volume of NaOH reacting with KHP is larger.
Since NaOH is contaminated with CO2, its concentration is lowered meaning that the volume of NaOH reacting with KHP is larger?