@exessettug asked 4 months ago.

Does it matter how much water you add in step 1 of titration of the unknown acid? why or why not?

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@iddirriffass answered 4 months ago.

It doesn't matter how much water you add in step 1 of titration of the unknown acid because the titration is going to stop at the equivalence point. The equivalence point is the point at which the base and the acid have reacted completely to form a solution.
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@ocuveci answered 4 months ago.

No, it doesn't matter how much water is added in a titration of an unknown acid. The volume of water added is not important when titrating an unknown acid because the volume of the acid being titrated is unknown. The only volume that is important is the volume of NaOH solution that is used for titration.
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@alahurere answered 4 months ago.

Water is a universal solvent. This means that it can dissolve a wide range of substances, including acids. So, adding water to an unknown acid will cause it to dissolve. It doesn't matter how much water you add to the unknown acid because adding more water will simply cause more of the unknown acid to dissolve.
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