Statement: Titer value is the volume of titrant used for a definite amount of unknown reagent at its equivalence point.
State whether the given statement is true or false.
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The correct option is A True The titre value is the volume of titrant used for a definite amount of unknown reagent at its equivalence point. For example, a titration between Oxalic acid and KMnO4 in acidic medium, as follows:
If here, the concentration of oxalic acid is known then, it is called titrant, as using its solution with unknown reagent will give the amount (volume ) of KMnO4 solution, at the equivalence point. So here, the volume used for the oxalic acid solution (also called standard solution as its concentration is taken as known concentration) to react completely with KMnO4 solution at the equivalence point, is called the titre value.