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Title: Determination Of An Unknown Amino Acid From Titration

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Date: August 19, 2007
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The addition of the strong acid or base does not necessarily yield a drastic jump in pH. The acid or base added is unable to contribute to the pH of the solution because the protons and hydroxide ions donated in solution are busy adding protons to the amine group and removing protons from the carboxyl group, respectively...

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However, near the equivalence point the pH of the solution may increase or decrease drastically with the addition of only a fraction of a mL of titrant. This is due to the fact that at the equivalence point the number of moles of titrant equals the number of moles of acid or base originally present (dependent on if the amino acid is in an acidic or basic salt form)...

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