Date of Award
Alex R. Nisbet
The acid-base titration is one of the simper methods available to the analytical chemist. Many organic compounds exhibit acidic or basic properties. Proper selection of solvent makes possible analytical determination of extremely weak acids and bases. This paper discusses the three solvent properties that are important in determining the acid-base behavior of a solute.
Rice, Gary, "Acid-Base Titrations in Non-Aqueous Solvents" (1968). Honors Theses. 394.