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1) A 100 mL 0.4M acetic acid soln is titrated with 0.5M NaOH. Write a reaction equation to work the following:
a) What volume of the base would be required to reach the equivalence point?
b) What salt is formed in the titration?
c) What indicator could be used to detect the endpoint of the titration?
d) What is the approximate pH of the solution before titrating?
e) What is the approximate pH at the equivalence point?
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