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18.5.2 State/explain how the pH range of an indicator relates to its pKa value IB Chemistry HL

If you have chosen your indicator wisely then it will change colour when the acid/base reaction is over (at equivalence point). So find and indicator with pka = pH of your reaction at equivalence point. At this pH the both colours of the indicator will be at equal concentration = colour change.
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