The basic strategy in performing titration calculations is:

  1. Calculate the moles of titrant (the solution with the known concentration) needed.
  2. Calculate the moles of analyte (the solution with unknown concentration) present.
  3. Use the moles of analyte and volume of analyte to find the concentration of the analyte.

Sample calculation for titration of an acid with a base

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