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Re: Titration and pH computation

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Please show the total calculation. I dont have the time to recalculate everything.
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Computation of pH of 0.050 L C6H15N and HCl mixture,
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Using Handerson HasselBalch equation,

pH = pKa + log (cB/cA) , where c= concentration, B= base, A=acid

we get pH= 10.72 + log(1)= 10.72
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Looks good now. Before you got 6.1
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