Help! How do you determine the concentration of a solution you have titrated with a certain amount of acid?

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Posted on : 23-09-2013 | By : My Study Coach | In : Improve Your Concentration
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I need details because I do not understand in the slightest. I know how much acid I have added to the base solution. Using the titration equation, stoichiometry, moles, concentration, and all that good stuff how would I know the concentration of the strong base I am looking for?

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Check this out. It’ll take some time but you won’t be sorry.
http://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/acids-and-bases/v/acid-base-titration

let A and B represent acid and base respectively
if the stoichiomtry of both acid are equal then
Ca*Va = Cb*Vb
where C and V are concentration and volume
you can make any one the subject and find it when you know the others

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