What Is Back Titration?

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Back titration is an analytical chemistry technique that allows the user to find the reaction of an unknown substance concentration by mixing it with something else with a known substance concentration.
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A back titration is similar to a direct titration, but a bit more difficult. When an end point is not easily identified due to no colour change, an excess volume of a reactant of
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Industries that need to determine pH, such as the food industry, use the process of titration. Certain food items, for example, have a pH value that is not suitable for human use.
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Back titration is a chemical technique that is used for the chemist to find the concentration of a reactant that has an unknown concentration. You can find more information here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_titration
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