Electrochemistry (conductometry)

//Electrochemistry (conductometry)

Electrochemistry (conductometry)

Contents:

  • Electric transport, conductance in metals and in electrolyte solution
  • Specific conductance, equivalent conductance
  • Importance of conductivity electrodes and platinization of electrodes
  • Variation of specific conductance with dilution as well as area of cross section of dip type electrode and distance between two plates of electrodes etc.
  • Kohlrausch law and its importance, cell constant and its importance
  • Conductometric Titration:
  1. Strong acid – Strong base
  2. Strong acid – Weak base
  3. Weak acid – Strong base
  4. Weak acid – Weak base
  5. Mixture of strong acid + Weak acid – Strong base
  • Precipitation Titration:
  1. AgNO3 – NaCl
  2. BaCl2 – K2SO4
  3. Ba(OH)2 – MgSO4
  • Replacement Titration:
  1. Salt of weak acid – strong acid
  2. Salt of weak base – strong base
  • Degree or hydrolysis and Hydrolysis constant
  • Determination of solubility and solubility product of sparingly soluble salt, for the measurement of conductivity
  • Importance of conductivity water and temperature for the measurement of conductivity

2018-11-11T11:22:55+00:00November 11th, 2018|
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