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chems vocabs 15


two water molecules produce a hydronium and a hydroxide ion. self-ion ization of water
the negative of the common logarithm of the hydronium ion concentration. ph
the negative of the common logarithm of the hydroxide ion concentration. poh
the ph over which the indicator color changes. Acid-Base Indicators
measures the voltage between the two electrodes in a solution. ph meter
controlled addition and measurement of the solution. titration
the point at which two solutions used in titration are present in chemically equivalent amounts. equivalence point
the point in titration at which an indicator color changes. end point
solution that contains the known concentration of a solute. standard solution
highly purified solid compounds used to check the concentration of the solution. primary standard.
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