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OBJECTIVE: To determine the content of iron in iron tablets by titration.

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LAB: #3 DATE: 25th September, 2007 TITLE: Analyzing Iron Tablets OBJECTIVE: To determine the content of iron in iron tablets by titration. MATERIALS: 1. goggles and lab coat 2. 2 125cm3 conical flask 3. 1 250cm3 standard volumetric flask 4. 1 50cm3 burette 5. safety filler and pipette 6. 1 stand and clamp 7. filter funnel 8. Bunsen burner kit Chemicals 1. Iron tablets 2. 1.0moldm-3 sulphuric acid (200cm3) 3. 0.01moldm-3 Potassium Per Manganate 4. Distilled water/ wash bottles 5. soap solution PROCEDURES: Making a solution of the tablets 1. 5 iron tablets were weighed accurately, and then dissolved in about 100cm3 of 1.0 moldm-3 sulphuric acid in a conical flask. ...read more.

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2. About 25cm3 of 1.0 moldm-3 sulphuric acid was added and titrated with 0.01 moldm-3 Potassium Manganate (VII) solution. 3. The experiment was repeated until two coincident results were obtained. OBSERVATIONS, RESULTS, DATA: Description Initial Reading Final Reading Volume of HCl Rough 0 12.5 12.5 First Titration 12.5 23.2 11.3 Second Titration 23.2 35.2 12.0 Average 7.5 15.3 7.7 TABLE SHOWING RESULTS OF IRON TABLET SOLUTION AND POTASSIUM MANGANATE (VII) TITRATION CALCULATIONS: To calculate the amount of iron dissolved in volumetric flask Iron + sulphuric acid --> iron sulphate + hydrogen gas Fe(s) + H2SO4(aq) --> FeSO4(aq) + H2(g) Concerned with 1 mole of iron sulphate produced from 1 mole sulphuric acid # of moles of H2SO4 = volume/1000 X concentration = 100/1000 ...read more.

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The conclusions drawn are not as accurate as expected due to the high difference in percentage of acetylsalicylic acid content found compared to that given. Analyzing Iron Tablets Assessment: (M/M) Mark Scheme Weighing - Zero before weighing [1] Heating - Use of proper attire (apron/goggles) - Heat slowly - readjusting flame to proper height/color (any 2 - 1 mark; all 3 - 2 marks) Measuring Volume - Measuring Cylinder: On a flat Surface read bottom of meniscus [1] - Volumetric flask: fill to the mark [1] Pipette: Rinse with required solution [1] Touch top of pipette to surface liquid [1] Proper use of pipette filler [1] - Burette: rinse with required solution Use funnel to fill burette Nozzle free of air bubbles. (any 3- 1 mark; any 4- all 2 marks) Total = ___________ ?? ?? ?? ?? Anuar Flores CHE 124-1 ...read more.

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