What is titration error?

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Titration error is simply the difference between the end point of a titration and the equivalence point of it. It can mathematically defined as Error = Vol(End Point) - Vol(Equivalence Point)
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Titration error is given by the equation: Titration error = 100 * A * B - C. Where: A = (Co + C)/(Co * C) B = (H]ep – Kw/[H]ep) C = (Kw/(Kb*H]ep) and. Co = Concentration of
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This is a question directed more at mathematicians or statisticians than chemists. But I will tell you what I would do , as a chemist: The results that you quote are not very precise
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