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Measuring the Amount of Acid in Vinegar by Titration with an Indicator Solution

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In this Science Buddies science project, you’ll determine the amount of acid in different types of vinegar using titration with a colored pH indicator to determine the endpoint. You can customize this kit to include the Erlenmeyer flask, buret assembly, funnel, phenolphthalein, and other supplies needed to complete this experiment.

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There are many different types of vinegar that you can buy to use around the kitchen for cooking and pickling. The chemical compound that gives vinegar its tart taste and pungent smell is acetic acid. Do different vinegars have different amounts of acetic acid? How much variation is there between the different types? Find out for yourself with this project.

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