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Weegy: In an acid-base titration the idea is to carry out a neutralization reaction between an acid solution and a base solution in order to determine the concentration of either an unknown acid or base solution. [ This requires that you know the concentration of the other solution as accurately as possible. Determining the precise concentration of a solution just by volumes is not very accurate due to the error involved in reading the scales. It is far more accurate to weigh a solid material with a scale and then use that accurately known quantity to determine the concentration of the test solution. The test solution is then used to carry out the acid-base titration. For example, you could accurately weigh out 40 g of NaOH and dissolve it in a little water, then add enough water to fill a 1L volumetric flask. This solution would then be used to titrate an accurately weighed amount of a crystalline solid acid, or reference compound. This will give you a very accurate determination of the concentration of the NaOH solution. This is how the NaOH solution has been standardized, and can subsequently be used to accurately determine.the concentration of an acid solution. ]
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Standardization of chemistry is the process of determining the exact concentration (molarity) of a solution.
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