# Which is the first step in the titration process

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #7625
2 months ago
The first step in the titration process is; A measured volume of an acid or base of (un)known  concentration is added to a flask. The second step is several drops of indicator are added to the solution, and the third step is ; the measured volumes of a base or acid of known concentration are added, using a burette, until the indicator just barely changes color (end point or the equivalence point).

## Solution 2

Guest #7626
2 months ago
The answer is A. Clean and rinse the burette with water

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