An Introductory Course of Quantitative Chemical Analysis eBook

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!Answer!:  0.2493 gram.

69.  A sample of pyrolusite weighs 0.2400 gram and is 92.50% pure MnO_{2}.  The iodine liberated from KI by the manganese dioxide is sufficient to react with 46.24 cc. of Na_{2}S_{2}O_{3} sol.  What is the normal value of the thiosulphate?

!Answer!::  0.1105 N.

70.  In the volumetric analysis of silver coin (90% Ag), using a 0.5000 gram sample, what is the least normal value that a potassium thiocyanate solution may have and not require more than 50 cc. of solution in the analysis?

!Answer!:  0.08339 N.

71.  A mixture of pure lithium chloride and barium bromide weighing 0.6 gram is treated with 45.15 cubic centimeters of 0.2017 N silver nitrate, and the excess titrated with 25 cc. of 0.1 N KSCN solution, using ferric alum as an indicator.  Calculate the percentage of bromine in the sample.

!Answer!:  40.11%.

72.  A mixture of the chlorides of sodium and potassium from 0.5000 gram of a feldspar weighs 0.1500 gram, and after solution in water requires 22.71 cc. of 0.1012 N silver nitrate for the precipitation of the chloride ions.  What are the percentages of Na_{2}O and K_{2}O in the feldspar?

!Answer!:  8.24% Na_{2}O; 9.14% K_{2}O.

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73.  Calculate (a) the grams of silver in one gram of silver chloride; (b) the grams of carbon dioxide liberated by the addition of an excess of acid to one gram of calcium carbonate; (c) the grams of MgCl_{2} necessary to precipitate 1 gram of MgNH_{4}Po_{4}.

!Answers!:  (a) 0.7526; (b) 0.4397; (c) 0.6940.

74.  Calculate the chemical factor for (a) Sn in SnO_{2}; (b) MgO in Mg_{2}P_{2}O_{7}; (c) P_{2}O_{5} in Mg_{2}P_{2}O_{7}; (d) Fe in Fe_{2}O_{3}; (e) so_{4} in BaSO_{4}.

!Answers!:  (a) 0.7879; (b) 0.3620; (c) 0.6378; (d) 0.6990; (e) 0.4115.

75.  Calculate the log factor for (a) Pb in PbCrO_{4}; (b) Cr_{2}O_{3} in PbCrO_{4}; (c) Pb in PbO_{2} and (d) CaO in CaC_{2}O_{4}.

!Answers!:  (a) 9.8069-10, (b) 9.3713-10; (c) 9.9376-10; (d) 9.6415-10.

76.  How many grams of Mn_{3}O_{4} can be obtained from 1 gram of MnO_{2}?

!Answer!:  0.8774 gram.

77.  If a sample of silver coin weighing 0.2500 gram gives a precipitate of AgCl weighing 0.2991 gram, what weight of AgI could have been obtained from the same weight of sample, and what is the percentage of silver in the coin?

!Answers!:  0.4898 gr.; 90.05%.

78.  How many cubic centimeters of hydrochloric acid (sp. gr. 1.13 containing 25.75% HCl by weight) are required to exactly neutralize 25 cc. of ammonium hydroxide (sp. gr. .90 containing 28.33% NH_{3} by weight)?

!Answer!:  47.03 cc.

79.  How many cubic centimeters of ammonium hydroxide solution (sp. gr. 0.96 containing 9.91% NH_{3} by weight) are required to precipitate the aluminium as aluminium hydroxide from a two-gram sample of alum (KAl(so_{4})_{2}.12H_{2}O)?  What will be the weight of the ignited precipitate?

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