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22 Jun 2016
Wenona chemistry students won their centre at the NSW Titration competition, the largest analytical chemistry competition in the nation.
Titration can be likened to a liquid puzzle, where chemists mix precise quantities of chemicals to determine the ingredients of an unknown solution.
Competitors completed a set of acid-based titrations, and Wenona came out with the most accurate results of the three schools at their centre.
Across a number of centres, more than 1,200 school students participated in the competition. We congratulate our girls on their efforts.
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