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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES 16. +0.412V 17.

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MANILA 18. – 19. An iron ore was analyzed by dissolving a 1.1324-g
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY sample in concentrated HCl. The resulting solution was diluted
NAME:__________________________DATE: 02/26/18 with water, and the iron (III) was precipitated as the hydrous
ENGR. LORRAINE CARRILLO oxide Fe2O3‧xH2O by the addition of NH3. After filtration and
INSTRUCTIONS: Encircle the correct answer and provide washing, the residue was ignited at a high temperature to give
the solutions for problem solving questions. No working 0.5394 g of pure Fe2O3 (159.69 g/mol). Calculate (17) the % Fe
equation written, no credit. Answer in Chrono order, box (55.847 g/mol) and (18) the % Fe3O4 (231.54 g/mol) in the
your correct answer in problem solving solutions. sample.
1. The ________ is all of the components in the sample (18) 33.32% (19) 46.04%
containing an analyte. 20. The salting coefficient for H2CO3 in seawater is about 0.075.
a. species b. interference c. matrix d. replicates If a seawater sample has an ionic strength of 0,70 M, what is the
2. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of sulfuric acid in a activity coefficient for H2CO3?
solution of H2SO4 with 1.0 M analytical concentration a. 0.82 b. 1.13 c. 1.85 d. 2.04
c. 0.00M 21 - 23. A 50.00-mL aliquot of 0.0500 M NaCN is titrated with
3. (a) What mass of Silver Nitrate is needed to convert 2.33 g of 0.1000 M HCl. Calculate the pH after the addition of (20) 0.00,
sodium carbonate to silver carbonate ? (21) 10.00, (22) 25.00 mL of acid.(KCN = 6.2 x 10 – 10 )
b. 7.47 g 21. 10.95 22. 9.38 23. 5.34
4. A zwitterion is an ion that bears both a positive and a negative 24 – 25. A 0.8040-g sample of an iron ore is dissolved in acid.
charge. Write the zwitterion form of glycine (NH2CH2COOH) The iron is then reduced to Fe²⁺ and titrated with 47.22 mL of
A.NH3+CH2COO¯ 0.02242 M KMnO₄ solution. Calculate the results of this analysis
5. What mass of barium iodate can be dissolved in 500.0 mL of in terms of (a) % Fe (55.847 g/mol) and (b) % Fe₃O₄ (231.54
water at 25°C given its Ksp = 1.57 x 10 – 9 ? g/mol).
0.178 g 24. 36.77% 25. 50.81%
6. Common name for hydrated sodium sulfate. 26. A 0.7121-g sample of a wheat flour was analyzed by the
a. gypsum b. glauber’s salt c. Epsom salt d. Mohr’s salt Kjeldahl method. The ammonia formed by addition of
7. Calculate the solubility of barium iodate in a solution concentrated base after digestion with H₂SO₄ was distilled into
prepared by mixing 200 mL of 0.0100 M barium nitrate with 25.00 mL of 0.04977 M HCl. The excess HCl was then back
100 mL of 0.100 M sodium iodate? titrated with 3.97 mL of 0.04012 M NaOH. Calculate the percent
b. 3.93 x 10-6 protein in the flour.
8. An iodide sample which weighs 3.000g is analyzed by the B. 12.16%
Volhard process; 49.50 mL 0.2000 M AgNO3 is added, and 6.50 27 – 28 . A solution contains NaHCO₃, Na₂CO₃ , and NaOH,
mL 0.1000 M KSCN is needed to titrate the excess silver. either alone or in permissible combination. Titration of a 50.0-mL
Calculate the percentage of iodide in the sample. portion to a phenolphthalein end point requires 22.1 mL of 0.100
A. 25.36% B. 32.18% C. 39.13% D. NOTG M HCl. A second 50.0-mL aliquot requires 48.4 mL of the HCl
9. The pH interval over which a given indicator exhibits a color when titrated to a bromocresol green end point. Calculate the
change is influenced by the following except, molar solute concentrations of the (26) Na2CO3 (27) NaHCO3
a. temperature b. ionic strength of the medium 27. 0.0442M 28. 0.0084M
c. concentration of the indicator 29. – 30. It is desired to separate Ni and Zn by precipitation as the
d. presence of organic solvents and colloidal particles sulfides NiS and ZnS. The solubility products are (Ksp) NiS =
10. Calculate the hydronium ion concentration in a solution that 4.0×10¯²⁰ and (Ksp)ZnS = 3.0×10¯²⁵. If excess KCN is added to a
is 2.0 × 10-4 M in anilinium hydrochloride, C6H5NH3Cl. solution initially containing 0.01 M each of Ni²⁺ and Zn²⁺ and the
C.5.94 x 10 – 5 volume remains approximately constant, both ions form the
11. Calculate the hydroxide ion concentration of a 0.0750 M complex almost exclusively, which precipitates first and (28)
NH3 solution (Kb = 1.75 x 10 – 5). what is the concentration of the precipitating ion and (29) non-ppt
B. 1.15 x 10 – 3 M ing ion?
12. Calculate the concentration of Ni²⁺ in a solution that was (29) 1.2 x 10 – 22 Zn (30) 3.1 x 10 – 33 Ni
prepared by mixing 50.0 mL of 0.0300 M Ni²⁺ with 50.0 mL of
0.0500 M EDTA. The mixture was buffered to a pH of 3.0.
A. 1.4 x 10 – 8
13. There are four types of coprecipitation, which of these is not
a type of coprecipitation. , occlusion, and the last is _________.
A. surface adsorption B. mixed-crystal formation
C. mechanical entrapment D. nucleation
14. The following results were obtained in the replicate
determination of the lead content of a blood sample: 0.752,
0.756, 0.752, 0.751, and 0.760 ppm Pb. Calculate the mean and
the standard deviation of this set of data.
A. 0.754 ppm, 0.00377 ppm
15. Elemental analyses using neutralization titration include the
following elements except
a. Chlorine b. Fluorine c. iodine d. Phosphorus
16 – 17. Calculate the (16) thermodynamic potential (in volts) of
the following cell and (17) the free energy change associated
with the cell reaction (in joules).