Friday, October 10, 2014

Titration of formula


Titration Formula



A titration can determine the volume of one solution required to react exactly with a known volume of another solution. Titration frequently involve the reaction other than acid-base reactions, such as redox reactions and reactions involving precipitations.
"A titration can determine the volume of one solution required to react exactly with a known volume of another solution."
The equation for Titration Formula is expressed as
Titration Formula
Where
•N = normality of titrant
•V = volume of titrant
•Eq.wt = equivalent weight of acid
•W = mass of sample
•1000 = factor relating mg to grams
However in common the Titration Formula is written as
Titration Formula
Where
•N = normality of titrant
•V1 = volume of titrant
•Eq.wt = equivalent weight of predominant acid
•V2 = volume of sample

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