However, while it looks very simple and straightforward, in fact to be accurate we have to take into account several factors. The most obvious one concerns all permanganate titrations - when permanganate is used as a titrant we should use different technique to read volume of liquid in the burette. The meniscus is not visible, as the solution is opaque - thus we have to look at the top of the liquid. However, this procedure works only if the excess of SnCl2 is small - otherwise mercury cations can be reduced to metallic mercury, which can reduce permanganate.
Charge balance is used in the fourth equation, where the left hand side represents the total charge of the cations and the right hand side represents the total charge of the anions: Redox titration Redox titrations are based on a reduction-oxidation reaction between an oxidizing agent and a reducing agent.
A potentiometer or a redox indicator is usually used to determine the endpoint of the titration, as when one of the constituents is the oxidizing agent potassium dichromate.
The color change of the solution from orange to green is not definite, therefore an indicator such as sodium diphenylamine is used. In this case, starch is used as an indicator; a blue starch-iodine complex is formed in the presence of excess iodine, signalling the endpoint.
For instance, in permanganometry a slight persisting pink color signals the endpoint of the titration because of the color of the excess oxidizing agent potassium permanganate.
Color of iodometric titration mixture before left and after right the end point Gas phase titration[ edit ] Gas phase titrations are titrations done in the gas phasespecifically as methods for determining reactive species by reaction with an excess of some other gas, acting as the titrant.
Gas phase titration has several advantages over simple spectrophotometry. First, the measurement does not depend on path length, because the same path length is used for the measurement of both the excess titrant and the product. Second, the measurement does not depend on a linear change in absorbance as a function of analyte concentration as defined by the Beer-Lambert law.
Third, it is useful for samples containing species which interfere at wavelengths typically used for the analyte. Complexometric titration Complexometric titrations rely on the formation of a complex between the analyte and the titrant. In general, they require specialized complexometric indicators that form weak complexes with the analyte.
The most common example is the use of starch indicator to increase the sensitivity of iodometric titration, the dark blue complex of starch with iodine and iodide being more visible than iodine alone.
Other complexometric indicators are Eriochrome Black T for the titration of calcium and magnesium ions, and the chelating agent EDTA used to titrate metal ions in solution.
Zeta potential titration Zeta potential titrations are titrations in which the completion is monitored by the zeta potentialrather than by an indicatorin order to characterize heterogeneous systems, such as colloids.
Another use is to determine the optimum dose for flocculation or stabilization.
Assay and Virus quantification An assay is a form of biological titration used to determine the concentration of a virus or bacterium.
Serial dilutions are performed on a sample in a fixed ratio such as 1: The positive or negative value may be determined by visually inspecting the infected cells under a microscope or by an immunoenzymetric method such as enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ELISA.
This value is known as the titer. Equivalence point Different methods to determine the endpoint include: A substance that changes color in response to a chemical change. An acid—base indicator e.
Redox indicators are also used. A drop of indicator solution is added to the titration at the beginning; the endpoint has been reached when the color changes.
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