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number of moles of iron (III) ions participating in the reaction : KA 1 is a solution containing 1.58 g of potassium manganite (VII) per KA 2 is a solution prepared by boiling 4.0 g of hydroxyammonium sulphate (NH3OH)2SO4 per with excess iron (II) ammonium sulphate and dilute sulphuric acid. KA 3 is 1.0 Introduction sulphuric acid
In the presence of hydrogen ions, the hydroxyammonium ion, NH3OH+ will reduce iron (III) to iron (II) while NH3OH+ ion itself will be oxidised to nitrogen dinitrogen oxide. Repeat the titration as many times as u think necessary to achieve accurate results
record your titration findings in the table bellow Titration Final reading (cm3) Initial reading (cm3) Volume of KA 1 (cm3) Rough
of KA 2 required _____________ of KA1 for a complete reaction your average titre value showing the suitable titre values that you use
Clue: Oxidation: 6 FeSO4 +2 NH3+3h2SO4→ 3 Fe(SO4)3+ 2NO +4H2O
Synthesis: Fe(SO4)3 +(NH4)2SO4→2NH4Fe(SO4)2
KA 1 concentration: Manganite ions : KMnO4→K+ + MnO4Ionic equation; 5Fe2++MnO4+8H+→5Fe3+Mn2+ + 4H2O By Loo Fu Hong (2012 August 5, KTAR) * As references only. Do not copy.