An acids-base titration is used to determine the unknown concentration of an acid or base by monitoring its neutralization reaction with a standard of known concentration in the presence of an indicator. For example, a base of unknown concentration may be titrated with an acid standard of known concentration or the reverse. The endpoint is the point of the acid-base titration in which just enough of the standard solution has been added to completely neutralize the solution of unknown concentration. Indicators are used to signal this point of the titration, and are generally selected according to the type of titration (strength of acid and based used in the titration). When the endpoint of the titration has been reached, one drop of standard solution past the endpoint will result in a color change of the indicator.