Acid–Base Reactions and Chemical Analysis
Because of their huge number, it is quite impossible to list all the analytical applications of the acid–base reactions. It is even impossible to delineate homogeneous headings that group them. In this chapter, we briefly review the concept of pH, the pH value as a parameter conditioning the success of several analytical applications, and the acidity of an aqueous solution as a purity index of a solute. Above all, we comment on several acid–base titrations.