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720 V V3+ + e  V2+ Ti3+ + e  Ti2+ MnO4.370 V E0MnO4 = +1.510 Vn E0Sn = +0.150 V .780 V Ce4+ + e  Ce3+ E0Ce = +1.260 V E0Ti = -0.+ 5e + 8H+  Mn2+ + 4H2O Sn4+ + 2e  Sn2+ E0V = -0.2 Fe3+ + e  Fe2+ E0Fe = +0.

Calculate or sketch (or both) titration curves for the following (unbalanced) redox titration reactions at 25 °C.3 1. or if a gray precipitate (due to Hg) forms. A solution of HgCl2 is added and.0100 M. (c) Fe2+ + MnO4–  Fe3++Mn2+ (pH = 1) 2. After the sample is dissolved. The titrant. The iron content of an ore can be determined by a redox titration using K2Cr2O7 as the titrant. The sample is discarded without completing the analysis if no precipitate forms. What are the equivalence points for the titrations listed in problem 1? 3. The ore sample is dissolved in concentrated HCl using Sn2+ to speed the ore’s dissolution by reducing the Fe 3+ to Fe2+. (b) Ti2+ + Fe3+  Ti3+ + Fe2+. The iron is then carefully reduced to Fe 2+ by adding a 2– 3-drop excess of Sn2+. if a white precipitate of Hg2Cl2 forms. Assume that the analyte is initially present at a concentration of 0. which is the underlined species in each reaction. Suggest an appropriate indicator for each of the titrations in problem 1! 4. (a) V2+ + Ce4+  V3+ + Ce3+. using MnO4–. (b) Will a determinate error be introduced into the analysis if the analyst forgets to add Sn2+ in the step where the iron ore is dissolved? (c) Will a determinate error be introduced if the iron is not quantitatively oxidized back to Fe3+ by the MnO4–? .0100 M and that a 25.0-mL sample is taken for analysis. the Fe2+ and any excess Sn2+ are oxidized to Fe3+ and Sn4+. is 0. the analysis is continued by titrating with K2Cr2O7. (a) Explain the role of the HgCl2 in the analysis.

Solutions of Fe2+ undergo slow air oxidation to Fe3+. which serves as the oxidizing agent. After the reaction is complete.1 M AgNO3. What would be the effect on the reported %w/w Cr3+ if some of the S2O82– was not destroyed during this step? c. which was used to oxidize the Cr3+ to Cr2O72–. The excess peroxydisulfate. Several volume measurements are noted in this procedure by underlining. the resulting solution is boiled for 20 min to destroy the excess S2O82–. A portion of sample containing approximately 0. and diluted to 250 mL in a volumetric flask. The results are reported as %w/w Cr3+.25 g of Cr 3+ is accurately weighed and dissolved in 50 mL of H2O.4 5. The Cr3+ is oxidized to Cr2O7 2– by adding 20 mL of 0. and acidified with 200 mL of 1 M H2SO4. The amount of Cr3+ in inorganic salts can be determined by a redox titration. A 50-mL portion of the resulting solution is transferred to an Erlenmeyer flask. treated with 50 mL of a standard solution of Fe 2+. and 50 mL of 10% w/v (NH4)2S2O8. S2O82–. What would be the effect on the reported %w/w Cr 3+ if the standard solution of Fe2+ had been inadvertently allowed to partially oxidize? . reducing the Cr2O72– to Cr3+. Which of these measurements must be made using a volumetric pipet? b. The excess Fe2+ is then determined by a back titration with a standard solution of K2Cr2O7. a. is destroyed by boiling the solution. using an appropriate visual indicator. cooled to room temperature. which serves as a catalyst.

The results are reported as %w/v H2O2. A 25 mL aliquot of the diluted sample is added to an Erlenmeyer flask. The exact concentration of H2O2 in a solution that is nominally 6% w/v H 2O2 can be determined by a redox titration with MnO 4–. Titrating with 0. The solution is made basic and titrated with 0. In the analysis of a mineral sample for manganese. Determine the %w/w Fe2O3 in the sample of meteorite. diluted with 200 mL of distilled water. A 0. and acidified with 20 mL of 25% v/v H2SO4. A 25-mL aliquot of the sample is transferred to a 250-mL volumetric flask and diluted to volume with distilled water. using a reductor column. 7. MnO4– can be used as a titrant for the analysis of Mn2+. would need to be made to this procedure if the sample to be analyzed has a nominal concentration of 30% w/v H2O2. (c) What modifications.03358 M KMnO4. Under basic conditions. if any.5 6. a 0. requiring 34. with both the analyte and the titrant ending up as MnO2.02500 M KMnO4 requires 41. What effect would the presence of this stabilizer have on the reported %w/v H2O2 if it also reacts with MnO4–? (b) Laboratory distilled water often contains traces of dissolved organic material that also can react with MnO4–. and the manganese reduced to Mn2+. (a) Many commercially available solutions of H2O2 contain an inorganic or organic stabilizer to prevent the autodecomposition of the peroxide to H2O and O2. Calculate the %w/w Mn in the mineral sample. . Describe a simple method to correct for this potential interference. 8.4185-g sample was dissolved in acid and the liberated Fe3+ quantitatively reduced to Fe2+.27 mL to reach the end point. The amount of iron in a meteorite was determined by a redox titration using KMnO4 as the titrant. The resulting solution is then titrated with a standard solution of KMnO4 until a faint pink color persists for 30 s.5165-g sample is dissolved.88 mL to reach the end point.

requiring 7. a 4. producing I 3–.0-mL sample is made basic.The concentration of CO in air can be determined by passing a known volume of air through a tube containing I 2O5.17 mL of 0. After removing the excess peroxydisulfate by boiling. forming Fe2+ and U6+. The excess Fe2+ was backtitrated.The thickness of the chromium plate on an auto fender was determined by dissolving a 30. An excess of KI is added. In a typical analysis. 500. The analysis is accomplished by dissolving the ore in sulfuric acid and reducing the resulting UO22+ to U4+ with a Walden reductor. In a typical analysis. The I3– is titrated with a standard solution of Na2S2O3. 12. The amount of uranium in an ore sample can be determined by an indirect redox titration. a 100. requiring 8. and the solution is acidified. The resulting solution is treated with an excess of Fe3+. What is the %w/w U in the sample? 10.23 ´ 10–3 g/mL.79-L sample of air was sampled as described here.20 g/cm3.315-g sample of ore is passed through the Walden reductor and treated with an excess of Fe 3+. requiring 18.00987 M K2Cr2O7 requires 10. Determine the average thickness of the chromium plate given that the density of Cr is 7.52 mL.00870 M Na2S2O3. determine the parts per million of CO in the air. 11.The level of dissolved oxygen in a water sample can be determined by the Winkler method. . Calculate the concentration of dissolved oxygen as parts per million of O2.0-cm2 section of the fender in acid and oxidizing the liberated Cr3+ to Cr2O72– with peroxydisulfate. and treated with a solution of MnSO4. Titrating with 0.6 9. The Fe2+ is titrated with a standard solution of K2Cr2O7 to a visual end point. a 0.90 mL to reach the starch indicator end point. reducing the Cr2O72– to Cr3+. In a typical analysis.0 mg of Fe(NH4)2(SO4)2 x6H2O was added.00329 M Na 2S2O3 to reach the end point. resulting in the formation of MnO2. The I2 is removed from the tube by distillation and is collected in a solution containing an excess of KI. The liberated I2 is titrated with a solution of 0.29 mL of 0. resulting in the formation of Mn2+ and I2. If the air has a density of 1. resulting in the formation of CO2 and I2.00389 M K2Cr2O7 to reach the end point.

063 g didigest menggunakan asam dengan tujuan mereduksi arsen dalam senyawanya menjadi bentuk As(III).7 13. Titik ahir dicapai pada penggunaan 26.Bahan pemutih komersial mengandung natrium hipoklorit.1986 M untuk mencapai titik ahir titrasi. Hitunglah kadar As2O3 dalam sampel insektisida itu 14. kemudian dititrasi menggunakan larutan standar I3-. Hasilnya kemudian ditambah larutan penyangga agar pH mencapai 7.56 mL larutan Na2S2O3 0.45 mL larutan titran.0 mL sampel memerlukan 38.yang dihasilkan dititrasi dengan larutan Na 2S2O3. yang kadarnya dapat ditentukan secara titrasi iodometri menurut reaksi berikut ini: OCl-(aq) + 3I-(aq) + 2H3O+(aq)  Cl-(aq) + I3-(aq) + 3H2O(l) I3. Suatu sampel insektisida dengan massa 1. Jika 50. . hitunglah kadar NaOCl dalam sampel yang dinyatakan dalam %w/v.