Molarity of Thiosulfate Titrant: 0.0167
Ppm O2: 3.48
Confidence Limits: 3.482691566
Table 3. Volumes of titrant used in the standardization and sample analysis
Functional Group Qualitative Analysis
Table 1. Test for hydrocarbons.
Br2 in light
Br2 in dark
Produced more soot
Solubility Behavior of Organic Compounds
1. State what types of intermolecular forces are present in solutions formed due to intermolecular
attractions between the solute and the solvent.
QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF TOTAL HARDNESS
IN DRINKING WATER BY COMPLEXOMETRIC EDTA
1. What is the significance of determining the hardness of water?
The hardness of water is important for industrial purposes; fish culture and
agriculture is a
Extraction, Purification and Characterization of Caffeine
What is the purpose of washing the organic layer with 6 M NaOH?
To separate the Bronsted acid into the aqueous layer, where it can be extracted out and to prevent
unwanted acids from
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SODA ASH VIA THE
DOUBLE INDICATOR METHOD
1. Why is there a need to boil distilled water in the preparation of base solutions?
By boiling water, the CO2 gas will evolve, leaving you with a blank slate; not boiling
it will lead to a
REDOX TITRATION: WINKLER METHOD FOR DISSOLVED OXYGEN
The Winkler method utilizes the concept of redox reactions and titrimetry in the determination
of dissolved oxygen in freshwater bodies, which is important in the determination of