Normally the first one is a bit higher because you overshoot the equivalence point.CheekyPunk said:I said the same, though i think its something different. Titrations are pretty accurate, cause you do them a few times over.
hahha yeh thats what i said too because it couldnt be an error since they did it several timesGaganDeep said:i talked about the buffer lol, it uses up or something lo.
yep, the rough titre shouldnt be used in calculation, as it is only performed to find the approx. position of the end point.Harry Seacombe said:Normally the first one is a bit higher because you overshoot the equivalence point.
Most certainly... and that's by far the most significant one.OToole said:Other dissolved ions in the water.
haha me tooangmor said:i just said that AAS is alot more accurate than human experimenting.