Lecture 17 - egion 3: after the equivalence point Region 3:...

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Chapter 16 Redox Titrations
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The shape of a redox titration curve What role does potentiometric reading play in a redox titration? cell voltage equation: Example: titrate 100.0 mL of 0.0500 Fe 2+ ith 0.100 M Ce 4+ a 1 M M Fe with 0.100 M Ce in a 1 M HClO 4 solution. Please calculate the cell voltage at different stages.
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Region 1: Before the equivalence point Nernst equations: Cell voltage equation: Before the addition of the titrant (Ce 4+ )?
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Region 2: at the equivalence point
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Unformatted text preview: egion 3: after the equivalence point Region 3: after the equivalence point Finding the End point Redox indicator: Gran Plot Gran Plot for titration of Fe 2+ by Ce 4+ in exercise 16-E. Back TitrationAdjustment of analyte oxidation state Pre-oxidation: n + nO Mn 2+ MnO 4-H 2 O 2 Pre-reduction: e 3+ e 2+ Fe Fe n 2+ gCl Sn HgCl 2 Homework: 16-1; 16-4; 16-5; 16-7; 16-8; 16-17; 16-18; and 16-27....
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Lecture 17 - egion 3: after the equivalence point Region 3:...

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