If we are titrating our analyte with volume V(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{titrant}of the titrant solution, and we have V_{titrant}as a function of various known constants and [H^{+}], would the comprehensive method of finding first the [H+] at the equivalence point and then (by back-substitution) the V_{titrant}at which each equivalence point is reached be to take the derivative with respect to [H+] of V_{titrant}, and then set this as being equal to 0, and solve (with each real, positive solution corresponding to an equivalence point)? This seems feasible because the equivalence point is defined as the point at which rate of change of [H+] is greatest.

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# Equivalence point

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