Problem: Which of the following statement regarding pH titrations is/are correct?I The titrant is the reagent placed in the burette that is added dropwise to the titrand.II The equivalence point is the point in a titration when the moles of titrant equal the moles of titrand.III At the half-equivalence point, the pH of the system will equal half of the pKa for the acid.A. All statements are correctB. Only statements I and II are correctC. Only statements II and III are correctD. Only statement I is correctE. None of the statements is correct

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I. The titrant is the reagent placed in the burette that is added dropwise to the titrand.

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Which of the following statement regarding pH titrations is/are correct?

I The titrant is the reagent placed in the burette that is added dropwise to the titrand.

II The equivalence point is the point in a titration when the moles of titrant equal the moles of titrand.

III At the half-equivalence point, the pH of the system will equal half of the pKa for the acid.

A. All statements are correct

B. Only statements I and II are correct

C. Only statements II and III are correct

D. Only statement I is correct

E. None of the statements is correct

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