Acid-base titrations. An assay for the quantitative determination of calcium carbonate.
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The addition of a known amount of strong acid (HCl) dissolves calcium carbonate. The excess acid is backtitrated with a NaOH solution of molarity M. The data are randomly generated and the user must finally calculate the percentage of calcium carbonate in the sample and give the result with the correct significant figures.
SubjectsAcid-base titrations; Quantitative chemistry; Quantitative determination of carbonate; Determination of calcium carbonate; Calcite; Backtitration; Dissolution of calcium carbonate; Stoichiometric factors; Calcium carbonate; Interactive exercise
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