So I'm just beginning to have analytical chemistry classes and I already got pretty confused about something.
When you calculate the resulting pH of, say, NaOH added to acetic acid, the concept of subtracting the amount that is being titrated with the amount that reacts and dividing it by the initial volume + the added volume of the solution with the titrant seems completely fine to me.
But, you would have to take into account that acetic acid being a weak acid is in a chemical equilibrium like H+ + Ac- <---> HAc , right?
So now I don't know if NaOH reacts to everything (I'm thinking of the chemical equation NaOH + HAc --> H2O + NaAc), regardless if it's dissociated or not, or if you have to only consider one part of it. My teacher just skipped this part and gave us the titration graph.
I am really confused,
Thanks in advance