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I have titrated 25 ml of NaOH with 25 ml of HCl. Both are 0.1M.

I need to calculate the expected endpoint for the titration of the strong base with the strong acid.

I know that:

0.025 L x 0.1M = 2.5 x 10^-3 moles of NaOH and HCl each.

I know that I need the same volume of both to do the titration.

But what I don't understand is: how do I calculate the endpoint? What is it supposed to be, a mole amount, a M amount, a volume, a pH?...

Thank you,

J.

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# Homework Help: Titration - Calculating the endpoint

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