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Ph Indicator

Background An indicator is a halochromic chemical compound that is added to a solution to determine its pH. It is a chemical detector for hydronium ions. The indicator changes colour to show the pH of the solution. Some indicates are not very precise and only tell us whether the solution is acidic or basic. When the indicator is added to the solution, they bind to hydrogen or hydroxide ions. The different electron configurations of the bound indicator cause the indicator's colour to change. Some...

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acid and 1–2 mL of starch indicator solution. Immediately titrate the mixture with iodine solution. Record the burette reading the moment the mixture turns permanently blue (end point). 5. Repeat the above steps with each of the other two flasks. pH Level Procedure 1. Fill up the beakers with 20mL of wine sample. 2. Wash the pH tube with distilled water so that no particles left behind and give wrong results. 3. After washing the pH tube, put the pH tube in the wine sample beaker...

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Quantitative Analysis of Soda Ash by Double-Indicator Titration

EXPERIMENT NO. 7 Quantitative Analysis of Soda Ash by Double-Indicator Titration ABSTRACT This experiment aims to analyze the percent composition of a substance mixture by using double indicator titration. The analyte used is the soda ash which is titrated with an HCl titrant, standardized by 1o Na2CO3. The indicators used are phenolphthalein for basicity and methyl orange for acidity. The two volumes of the titrant are then used to calculate percent composition of soda ash analyte. Statistical...

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Electrolysis Lab 13

equations were produced. The reactions could be observed from the indicators used. The reactions showed that hydrogen ions were produced at the anode, making it acidic and hydroxide ions were produced at the cathode, making it basic. In all parts of the experiment, the reaction that took place at the anode was 2H2O(l)  O2(g) + 4H+ + 4e- and the reaction at the cathode was 4e- + 4H2O(l)  2H2(g) + 4OH-. Safety The universal indicator is flammable and must be handled with caution – be sure to keep...

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Edwin Gay Abstract The PH at each point during the titration of sodium carbonate unknown sample was determined. An Unknown sample of Na2CO3 was titrated with a standard HCL solution. In addition to titration, the pH at each point of titration was measured using PH meter. The % of the unknown Na2CO3 was 25.83% Introduction1 The purpose of this experiment was to determine the actual pH at each point during the titration of a sodium carbonate unknown with the use of pH meter. An acid-base titration...

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General Chemistry Imu Exp 1

Introduction Background Indicators are used in acid-base titrations to determine end points as both acid and base are colourless in nature. However, indicators chosen must be suitable according to the type of reactions such as: - Strong acid-weak base titration - Weak acid-strong base titration - Strong acid-strong base titration - Weak acid-weak base titration Only the first two mentioned above will be investigated in this experiment. Aims/Objectives 1. To understand...

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oxides

solubility. Requirements safety spectacles access to a fume cupboard 6 test-tubes test-tube rack 1 measuring cylinder, 10 cm3 1 measuring cylinder, 100 cm3 distilled water thermometer, 0-100 °C 1 spatula universal indicator solution and colour chart teat pipette pH paper splints sodium peroxide, Na2O2 magnesium oxide, MgO aluminium oxide, Al2O3 phosphorus(V) oxide, P4O10 silicon(lV) oxide, SiO2 access to sulphur dioxide cylinder or generator, SO2 Drechsel bottle glass tubing with...

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Scheme of Analysis #5

turns blue = H4N+ pH test: -Test sample solution with Indicators -2 HSO4 ; 3-5 Al(OH2)63+;4 Cu2+; 5-6 (NH4 , Mg(OH2)62+,Zn(OH2)62+ ; 7 neutral ions (Ag+, Na+, K+, Ca2+,) ; 13 OH- ; Test for Cl-: -add 1M HONO2 till solution is acidic test -Add 1 drop of 0.02M AgNO3 to small amount of sample solution -Stir and observe - if solution turns cloudy = Cl- Test for SO42-: ( same as Cl- test but with 0.025M Ba(NO3)2 instead of 0.02M AgNO3) -white ppt = SO42- Test for HOSO3-: -pH test then “Test...

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Ph Lab

of solutions and test their pH. Due to materials available pH strips were the only testing tools available. A table is setup to compare the strip color to its pH level. Four known solutions including bleach, lemon juice, soda, and baking soda were used. There was also an unknown solution in which the pH level was used to determine which solution it was. The pH scale is 1-14, a pH of 7 is neutral, less than 7 is acidic, and greater than 7 is acidic. Materials: * pH strips * 20 test tubes ...

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Unknown Scheme

smoke NH4+ is present. IV. PH Test a. Make Neural Water to test pH i. Obtain 5 ml of DIW water and add 2 drops of Bromthymol Blue indicator. It should turn yellow for acidic and to this you add drops of tap water until the solution turns green (natural). Count the amount of drops added and makes a ratio to solve for the amount of drops of tap water needed to make 20ml of neural water. b. Dissolve a small portion in the neutral water to assess solution pH. i. pH of 1 to 2: HSO4- is present...

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