• A titration is an experiment where a volume of a solution of known concentration is added to another solution in order to determine its concentration.
  • Many titrations are acid-base neutralization reactions, though other types of titrations can also be performed.
  • An indicator is a substance that has a distinctly different color when in an acidic or basic solution.
  • A commonly used indicator for strong acid-strong base titrations is phenolphthalein.
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