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What base and indicator would I use in an acid- base titration of bisphenol A? Thank you for any answers you can give me.
Answer 1:

Certainly, bisphenol A is titratable; it has a pKa of somewhere around pH 10. A weak acid indicator, such as Phenolphthalein (very common and should be easily available), would be a good choice-- it is optimal for probing pH 8 to 10.



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