On The Subject Of Stoichiometry
Oh no! Someone has accidentally mixed up the acids you were working with! Now it’s your job to successfully titrate with the correct bases before the acids can burn through your table.
This module is disarmed by successfully neutralizing both acids at the same time. In order to solve this module, you must deduce the types of bases you need and how much you need in grams. Additionally, you need to figure out what salts you will end up with and if the resulting combination will produce a gas. Watch out though, some of those gases can be toxic.
To control the module, use the following:
- The two white buttons on the left of the top display traverse the list of bases and salts.
- The indicator button (to the right of the top display) switches between the two bases and the two salts that are being submitted. The blue text indicates one of the base/salt pairs to be submitted, the red text indicates the other. Whichever is currently displayed will be the one submitted when clicking Titrate.
- The black base/salt button above the reaction vessel switches between bases and salts.
- For each vent, there is a green vent button and a red filter button that toggle the vents and toxicity filter respectively.
- Once the appropriate conditions are set, press “Titrate” to confirm the solution.
An incorrect input yields a strike. The correct answer will not change. Useful information may be found in Appendix: CH3M15TRY.
Identifying the Acids
For the first acid, follow the flow chart normally; for the second acid, follow the flow chart, but invert the answer to each question. e.g. Yes becomes No