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Science: Vernier - Conductimetric Titration and Gravimetric Determination of a Precipitate
by Vernier Software & Technology

Published on June 09, 2008


Students use a Conductivity Probe to measure change in conductivity during a chemical reaction and determine the equivalence point of the reaction They determine the mass of the product and calculate the molar concentration of the reactant solution.

Key Steps

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    In order to find the molarity of a barium hydroxide solution, the conductivity is measured in a titration with sulfuric acid. The graph yields the equivalence point so that students can determine the unknown molarity.

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    The molarity of a barium hydroxide solution is also determined by gravimetric determination by weighing the precipitate. The Periodic Table app can be used in doing the calculations.