Doc Brown's Advanced Level Chemistry Quantitative redox reaction analysis GCE Advanced Level REDOX Volumetric Analysis Titration Revision Questions Quantitative volumetric analysis – exam practice redox titration questions based potassium manganate(VII)–iron(II)/ethanedioate–ethanedioc acid (oxalate, oxalic acid)/hydrogen peroxide/sodium nitrite titrations, sodium thiosulphate/thiosulfate–iodine titrations and potassium dichromate(VI)–iron(II) titration. Any suggestions?
Volumetric analysis worksheet of structured questions of REDOX VOLUMETRIC TITRATION CALCULATIONS Titrations and calculations based on oxidation–reduction techniques–reactions – solved problems Relative atomic masses that may be needed, in alphabetical order of symbol ... C=12.0, Cr = 52.0, Fe=55.9, H=1.0, I=126.9, K=39.1, Mn=54.9, N=14.0, Na=23.0, O=16.0, S=32.1, Equations needed * FULL ANSWERS and WORKING * REDOX REACTION THEORY * Qualitative Analysis and also acid–base and other non–redox titrations Questions * EMAIL query?comment?error NOTE: Half reactions are usually quoted as the half–cell reduction equation. Reuse half–cell or full equations in later questions from earlier questions. It is assumed you will work through them in numerical question order. If you cannot work out the redox equations, you can just download the equations so that you can at least practice the 'pure' volumetric calculation aspects of the questions. Questions 1/4/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/15/16 based potassium manganate(VII)–iron(II)/ethanedioate–ethanedioc acid (oxalate, oxalic acid)/hydrogen peroxide/sodium nitrite titrations, Q2/14/17 on sodium thiosulphate–iodine titration, Q3/5 on potassium dichromate(VI)–iron(II) titration, further Q's will be added – suggestions? REDOX–ionic EQUATION CHECKS
I've tried to quote the data to the appropriate significant figures and associated 'trailing zeros'. Question 1: Given the following two half–reactions: (Q1 can be done as an experimental 'word–fill' version) Question 1 has many parts covering the titration of iron(II) ions with a standard solution of potassium manganate(VII) and the problems are solved.
(i) MnO_{4}^{–}_{(aq)} + 8H^{+}_{(aq) }+ 5e^{–}==> Mn^{2+}_{(aq)} + 4H_{2}O_{(l)} and (ii) Fe^{3+}_{(aq) }+ _{ }e^{–}_{ }==> Fe^{2+}_{(aq)} (a) Construct the fully balanced redox ionic equation for the manganate(VII) ion oxidising the iron(II) ion (b) 24.3 cm^{3} of 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} reacted with 20.0 cm^{3} of an iron(II) solution acidified with dilute sulfuric acid.
(c) Calculate the percentage of iron in a sample of steel wire if 1.51 g of the wire was dissolved in excess of dilute sulphuric acid and the solution made up to 250 cm^{3} in a standard graduated flask.
(d) Suggest reasons why the presence of dil. sulfuric acid is essential for an accurate titration and why dil. hydrochloric and nitric acids are unsuitable to be used in this context. (e) The analysis of a soluble iron(II) salt to obtain the percentage of iron in it.
Question 2: Given the following two half–reactions (a) Given (i) S_{4}O_{6}^{2–}_{(aq)} + 2e^{–} ==> 2S_{2}O_{3}^{2–}_{(aq)} and (ii) I_{2(aq)} + 2e^{–} ==> 2I^{–}_{(aq)} construct the full ionic redox equation for the reaction of the thiosulphate ion S_{2}O_{3}^{2–},and iodine. (b) what mass of iodine reacts with 23.5 cm^{3} of 0.0120 mol dm^{–3} sodium thiosulphate solution. (c) 25.0 cm^{3} of a solution of iodine in potassium iodide solution required 26.5 cm^{3} of 0.0950 mol dm^{–3} sodium thiosulphate solution to titrate the iodine. What is the molarity of the iodine solution and the mass of iodine per dm^{3}?
Question 3: 2.83 g of a sample of haematite iron ore [iron (III) oxide, Fe_{2}O_{3}] were dissolved in concentrated hydrochloric acid and the solution diluted to 250 cm^{3}. 25.0 cm^{3} of this solution was reduced with tin(II) chloride (which is oxidised to Sn^{4+} in the process) to form a solution of iron(II) ions. This solution of iron(II) ions required 26.4 cm^{3} of a 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} potassium dichromate(VI) solution for complete oxidation back to iron(III) ions. (a) given the half–cell reactions (i) Sn^{4+}_{(aq)} + 2e^{–} ==> Sn^{2+}_{(aq)} and (ii) Cr_{2}O_{7}^{2–}_{(aq)} + 14H^{+}_{(aq)} + 6e^{–} ==> 2Cr^{3+}_{(aq)} + 7H_{2}O_{(l)} deduce the fully balanced redox equations for the reactions
(b) Calculate the percentage of iron(III) oxide in the ore. (c) Suggest why potassium manganate(VII) isn't used for this titration? (though it was ok in Q1)
Question 4: An approximately 0.02 mol dm^{–3} potassium manganate(VII) solution was standardized against precisely 0.100 mol dm^{–3} iron(II) ammonium sulphate solution. 25.0 cm^{3} of the solution of the iron(II) salt were oxidized by 24.15 cm^{3} of the manganate(VII) solution. What is the molarity of the potassium manganate(VII) solution ?
Question 5: 10.0 g of iron(II) ammonium sulphate crystals were made up to 250 cm^{3} of acidified aqueous solution. 25.0 cm^{3} of this solution required 21.25 cm^{3} of 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} potassium dichromate(VI) for oxidation. Calculate x in the formula FeSO_{4}.(NH_{4})_{2}S0_{4}.xH_{2}O
Question 6: Given the half–reaction C_{2}O_{4}^{2–}_{(aq)} – 2e^{–} ==> 2CO_{2(g)}
(a) write out the balanced redox equation for manganate(VII) ions oxidising the ethanedioate ion (or ethane–dioic acid). (b) 1.520 g of ethanedioic acid crystals, H_{2}C_{2}O_{4}.2H_{2}O, was made up to 250.0 cm^{3} of aqueous solution and 25.00 cm^{3} of this solution needed 24.55 cm^{3} of a potassium manganate(VII) solution for oxidation.
Question 7: A standardization of potassium manganate(VII) solution yielded the following data: 0.150 g of potassium tetroxalate (tetraoxalate?), KHC_{2}O_{4}.H_{2}C_{2}O_{4}.2H_{2}O needed 23.20 cm^{3} of the manganate(VII) solution. What is the molarity of the manganate(VII) solution? Use the equation and reasoning from Q6 to help you.
Question 8: Given the half–cell equation O_{2(g)} +2H^{+}_{(aq)} + 2e^{–} ==> H_{2}O_{2(aq)} (a) construct the fully balanced redox ionic equation for the oxidation of hydrogen peroxide by potassium manganate(VII) (b) 50.0 cm^{3} of solution of hydrogen peroxide were diluted to 1.00 dm^{3} with water.
Question 9: 13.2 g of iron(III) alum were dissolved in water and reduced to an iron(II) ion solution by zinc and dilute sulphuric acid. The mixture was filtered and the filtrate and washings made up to 500 cm^{3} in a standard volumetric flask. If 20.0 cm^{3} of this solution required 26.5 cm^{3} of 0.0100 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} for oxidation.
Question 10: Calculate the concentration in mol dm^{–3} and g dm^{–3}, of a sodium ethanedioate (Na_{2}C_{2}O_{4}) solution, 5.00 cm^{3} of which were oxidized in acid solution by 24.50 cm^{3} of a potassium manganate(VII) solution containing 0.05 mol dm^{–3}.
Question 11: Calculate x in the formula FeSO_{4}.xH_{2}O from the following data: 12.18 g of iron(II) sulphate crystals were made up to 500 cm^{3} acidified with sulphuric acid. 25.0 cm^{3} of this solution required 43.85 cm^{3} of 0.0100 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} for complete oxidation.
Question 12: Given the half–reaction NO_{3}^{–}_{(aq)} + 2H^{+}_{(aq)} + 2e^{–} ==> NO_{2}^{–}_{(aq)} + H_{2}O_{(l)} (a) give the ionic equation for potassium manganate(VII) oxidising nitrate(III) to nitrate(V) (b) 24.2 cm^{3} of sodium nitrate(III) [sodium nitrite] solution, added from a burette, were needed to discharge the colour of 25.0 cm^{3} of an acidified 0.0250 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} solution. What was the concentration of the nitrate(III) solution in grammes of anhydrous salt per dm^{3}?
Question 13: 2.68 g of iron(II) ethanedioate, FeC_{2}O_{4}, were made up to 500 cm^{3} of acidified aqueous solution. 25.0 cm^{3} of this solution reacted completely with 28.0 cm^{3} of 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} potassium manganate(VII) solution. Calculate the mole ratio of KMnO_{4} to FeC_{2}O_{4} taking part in this reaction. Give the full redox ionic equation for the reaction.
Question 14: Given the half–cell reaction IO_{3}^{–}_{(aq)} + 6H^{+}_{(aq)} + 5e^{–} ==> ^{1}/_{2}I_{2(aq)} + 3H_{2}O_{(l) }(see also Q2)
(c) 25.0 cm^{3} of the potassium iodate solution were added to about 15 cm^{3} of a 15% solution of potassium iodide (ensures excess iodide ion). On acidification, the liberated iodine needed 24.1 cm^{3} of 0.0500 mol dm^{–3} sodium thiosulphate solution to titrate it.
Question 15: Calculate the molarities of iron(II) and iron(III) ions in a mixed solution from the following data. (i) 25.0 cm^{3} of the original mixture was acidified with dilute sulphuric acid and required 22.5 cm^{3} of 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} for complete oxidation. (ii) a further 25.0 cm^{3} of the original iron(II)/iron(III) mixture was reduced with zinc and acid and it then required 37.6 cm^{3} of the KMnO_{4} for complete oxidation.
Question 16: A piece of rusted iron was analysed to find out how much of the iron had been oxidised to rust [hydrated iron(III) oxide]. A small sample of the iron was dissolved in excess dilute sulphuric acid to give 250 cm^{3} of solution. The solution contains Fe^{2+} ions from the unrusted iron dissolving in the acid, and, Fe^{3+} ions from the rusted iron. (a) 25.0 cm^{3} of this solution required 16.9 cm^{3} of 0.0200 mol dm^{–3} KMnO_{4} for complete oxidation of the Fe^{2+} ions. Calculate the moles of Fe^{2+} ions in the sample titrated. (b) To a second 25.00 cm^{3} of the rusted iron solution an oxidising agent was added to convert all the Fe^{2+} ions present to Fe^{3+} ions. The Fe^{3+} ions were titrated with a solution of EDTA^{4–}_{(aq)} ions and 17.6 cm^{3} of 0.100 mol dm^{–3} EDTA were required. Assuming 1 mole of EDTA reacts with 1 mole of Fe^{3+} ions, calculate the moles of Fe^{3+} ions in the sample. (c) From your calculations in (a) and (b) calculate the ratio of rusted iron to unrusted iron and hence the percentage of iron that had rusted.
Question 17: 25.0 cm^{3} of an iodine solution was titrated with 0.100 mol dm^{–3} sodium thiosulphate solution and the iodine reacted with 17.6 cm^{3} of the thiosulphate solution. (a) give the reaction equation. (b) what indicator is used? and describe the end–point in the titration. (c) calculate the concentration of the iodine solution in mol dm^{–3} and g dm^{–3}.
Question 18: 1.01g of an impure sample of potassium dichromate(VI), K_{2}Cr_{2}O_{7}, was dissolved in dil. sulphuric acid and made up to 250 cm^{3} in a calibrated volumetric flask. A 25.0 cm^{3} aliquot of this solution pipetted into a conical flask and excess potassium iodide solution and starch indicator were added. The liberated iodine was titrated with 0.100 mol dm^{–3} sodium thiosulphate and the starch turned colourless after 20.0 cm^{3} was added. (a) Using the half–equations from Q3(a)(ii) and Q2(a)(ii), construct the full balanced equation for the reaction between the dichromate(VI) ion and the iodide ion. (b) Using the half–equations from Q2(a) construct the balanced redox equation for the reaction between the thiosulphate ion and iodine. (c) Calculate the moles of sodium thiosulphate used in the titration and hence the number of moles of iodine titrated. (d) Calculate the moles of dichromate(VI) ion that reacted to give the iodine titrated in the titration. (e) Calculate the formula mass of potassium dichromate(VI) and the mass of it in the 25.0 cm^{3} aliquot titrated. (f) Calculate the total mass of potassium dichromate(VI) in the original sample and hence its % purity. I DO MY BEST TO CHECK MY CALCULATIONS, as you yourself should do, BUT I AM HUMAN! AND IF YOU THINK THERE IS A 'TYPO' or CALCULATION ERROR PLEASE EMAIL ME ASAP TO SORT IT OUT! Keywords: A Level GCE Quantitative Analysis help: Redox Volumetric Titration Calculations for revision potassium manganate(VII) permanganate, iodine-sodium thiosulphate thiosulfate, potassium dichromate(VI), ethanedioate ion, oxalates, ethanedioic acid, oxalic acid exam practice Questions solved problems worked examples in helping revising for advanced level chemistry examinations Revision notes for GCE Advanced Subsidiary Level AS Advanced Level A2 IB Revise AQA GCE Chemistry OCR GCE Chemistry Edexcel GCE Chemistry Salters Chemistry CIE Chemistry, WJEC GCE AS A2 Chemistry, CCEA GCE AS A2 Chemistry revising courses for pre–university students (equal to US grade 11 and grade 12 and Honours/honors level courses) Website content copyright © Dr W P Brown 2000–2013 All rights reserved on revision notes, puzzles, quizzes, worksheets, x–words etc. * Copying of website material is not permitted chemhelp@tiscali.co.uk Alphabetical Index for Science Pages Content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z |