Quantitative Analysis
Experiment VI
Oxidation Reduction Titration
Determination of Calcium in Milk
Determination of Vitamin C in Fruit Juice
1-Objectives:
To learn how can one determine amount of calcium in milk.
Studying two experimental techniques: - pr
Experiment II
Titration-Curves
Objectives:
1. To measure the change of the pH of different acidic solutions by the titration of
the acidic solution with different basic solutions.
2. To draw the corresponding different titration curves; ph of the solution
Experiment II
Titration
Curves
Objectives:
1. To measure the change of the pH of different acidic solutions by the titration of the acidic
solution with different basic solutions.
2. To draw the corresponding titration curves; pH of the solution versus ml
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Title of ExperimentName:Spectrophoto m etricDeter minationof
:
iron(III)thiocyanatrec o mplex
Purpose:
1- To confirm by using the method of continuous variation that the iron (III) ion
forms a 1:1 complex with thiocyanate ion.
2- To use a spectro
Chem204
Quantitative Analysis
Experiment VII
Potentiometric titration
0
Meas uring the standard potential E /Fe2+couple
ofFe3+
1-Objectives:
To measure the change in Fe3+/Fe2+ by titration with K2Cr2O7 solution.
To plot the value of Emeasured versus volum
Experiment I
Molecular Composition of Hydrated Salts
Objectives:
1. To determine the percentage composition by weight of water in a hydrated salt.
2. To learn stoichiometric calculations.
Theory:
The percentage of water may be obtained from the formula:
%
Experiment lX
Determination of Manganese in Steel
By
Spectrophotometric Method
1-Objectives:
To measure the concentration of a solute by its absorbance of light.
To learn how to use the device (spectrometer).
To draw a calibration curve.
Deduce the unknow
Experiment X
Determination o the Equilibrium Constant
Of The Iron (III) Thiocyanate Complex Ion
By Spectrophotometric Method
1-Objectives:
To determine the amount of a complex ion at equivalence by using spectrophotometer.
Deduce the Keq.
To confirm the s
Experiment V
Concentrations of HCl and H3PO4 in a Mixture
1-Objectives:
To determine the concentrations of HCl and H3PO4 in a mixture using the double
indicator method.
2-Theory:
HCl is a strong monoprotic acid, while H3PO4 is a weak triprotic acid.
Using
Experiment IV
Application of Acid-Base Titration
Acidity in Vinegar
Neutralization of Stomach Antacids
Objectives:
1. To determine the amount of acidity ( concentration of acetic acid ) in vinegar.
2. To determine the fraction of dissociation of acetic ac
Quantitative Analysis
Experiment IV
Application of Acid-Base
Titration
Acidity in Vinegar
Neutralization of Stomach
Antacids
Acidity in Vinegar
Objectives:
1. To determine the amount of acidity ( % by mass ) in vinegar.
2. To determine the fraction of dis
Experiment II
Titration-Technique
Objectives:
1.
2.
3.
4.
To learn acid-base 0.titration techniques.
To learn how to prepare a primary standard.
To learn how to standardize a secondary standard.
To find the concentration of an unknown acid solution by tit