ChemistryTitration Calculator and Titration Curve By ScienceTute 7 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Titration Calculator Contents hide 1 What is the Titration Calculator? 2 How to calculate Titrations? 3 Always Remember when using Titration calculator 3.1 How to Use the Titration Calculator and the Titration Curve – Video Tutorial 4 Acid-base titration method 5 Acid-Base Titration Equation 6 Titration Curves What is the Titration Calculator? Titration calculator is a straightforward tool, which you can find out the molarity or volume of the unknown compound just by entering the details of the given compound.Here are some other calculators that will solve your chemistry problems. Have a look,Grams to Moles CalculatorIonic Equation CalculatorAbove all, ScienceTute’s Titration calculator tool is straightforward and user-friendly to access.Additionally, From this text, you will learn How to use the calculator, and also you can get the titration curve according to the titration.How to calculate Titrations?So, To perform the calculator,Simply enter the Molarity/Concentration, Volume, and Number of H+ or OH– present in the known Acid or Base. Then it will automatically generate the Molarity or the Volume of the unknown Acid or Base.Note – If you know the type of titration, You can get the titration curve as well.Hit refresh at the bottom of the calculator to reset it and start with new values.Bonus tip – You can share the result which you got via Facebook, Twitter, Email, or on Linkedin too.Always Remember when using Titration calculatorNumber of H+ means the moles of H+ ions released/contributed per molecule. For example, HCl releases 1, H2SO4 releases 2.Number of OH– means the moles of OH– ions released/contributed per molecule. For example, NaOH releases 1, Mg(OH)2 releases 2.How to Use the Titration Calculator and the Titration Curve – Video TutorialHow to use Titration calculator – VideoSo, additionally, let’s discuss Acid-Base titration methods.Acid-base titration methodTitration setupPlace the burette on a burette stand.Fill a burette with the known acid solution. Make sure to fill the acid to the known volume mark.Fill the known volume of the unknown base to the conical flask. Add the indicator to the flask. If you have no idea about the indicators, Check out The types of Indicators. Place on a white tile under the conical flask to better observe the color.Start adding the acid slowly from the burette to flask, swirling the conical flask constantly. When a slight change in color occurs, start adding the acid dropwise. When the color change is permanent, close the burette tap and stop adding the acidIdentify the endpoint on the burette. Dispose of all chemicals safely.Measure the spent volume of acid by the difference between the initial start point value and the endpoint value. From this value, you can determine the molarity/concentration of the unknown base solution. This same procedure goes to identify the concentration of an unknown acid solution.You can automatically calculate these values by our titration calculator tool.Acid-Base Titration EquationIf the contributed H+ moles and OH– moles are known, we can determine the molarity/concentration of the unknown compound by the following equation.nH×MA×VA=nOH×MB×VBnH = number of H+ ions released per molecule of acid,MA = molarity/Concentration of the acid,VA = volume of the acid,nOH = number of OH– ions released per molecule of the base,MB = molarity/concentration of base, andVB = volume of the base.This is the equation that follows the above titration calculator.Titration CurvesA titration curve is the graph of the pH of the analyte solution versus the volume of the titrant added in a particular titration process.There are main 4 types of titrations and 4 types of titration curves as well.Titration curvesWe can bearly see a curve in the titration between a weak acid and a weak base.Now you can do titration calculation of any titration by manually or by our titration calculator. Give a try!