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Calculation Involving Titration



Volumetric Analysis Volumetric analysis involves acid base titration. Mole Ratio Mole ratio is the ratio of the reacting species.  This determines the ratio of the acid that would react with the base. Examples are H2SO4  +  2NaOH                            Na2SO4 + 2H2O   CaVa   =  ½ CbVb 2HCl + Na2CO3              2NaCl +H2O + CO2 CaVa =    2 CbVb       1   EVALUATION What is volumetric analysis Give the ratio of the reaction species in the following chemical reactions CaCO3 + 2 HCl     CaCl2     +   H2O    +   CO2 KHCO3 + 2HCl     KCl +      H2O    +    CO2   Calculation Involving Titration                                        Mole Ratio A is a solution of an acid hydrogen chloride .B is a solution of sodium trioxocarbonate(iv) containing 0.05 mole per dm3 solution A was titrated against 25cm3 of solution B, using methyl orange as indicator during the process, the following data were obtained.   Burette reading (cm3)               Rough… Read More »VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS

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