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AISSCE –2016

CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SUBJECT CODE : 043


K R MANGALAM WORLD SCHOOL, SOUTH CITY – 1, GURGAON
SCHOOL CODE NO : 20580
DATE OF EXAMINATION : 29 JAN 2016

Time : 3 hours MM : 30

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Q1. Prepare Mohr salt solution. Using this find the strength of given KMNO4 solution. (8)
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AIM: To prepare Mohr salt solution and use this to find the strength of given KMnO4 solution.
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IONIC Equation:
MnO4 - + 8H+ + 5e-  Mn+2 + 4H2O
5Fe+2 5Fe+3 + 5e-
MnO4 - + 5Fe+2 + 8H+  5Fe+3 + Mn+2 + 4H2O
Preparation of Mohr salt solution
M = w x 1000
MM x V
1/20 = w x 1000
392 x100
Or w = 1.96 g

wt. of watch glass: ___________ g


wt. of watch glass + salt: ________ g
wt. of watch glass after transfer: ___________ g
wt. of salt transferred: 1.96 g

Molarity of Mohr salt solution prepared = 1/20 M

OBSERVATIONS

SOLUTION IN BURETTE: KMnO4

SOLUTION IN TITRATION FLASK: 10 mL Mohr salt + ½ test tube H2SO4

VOLUME OF PIPETTE: 10 mL

INDICATOR: KMnO4 is a self indicator

END POINT: colourless to permanent pink


OBSERVATION TABLE

S.No. Initial Reading Final Reading Volume Used mL


1 1.0

Concordant Volume = ____________ mL

CALCULATIONS:

KMnO4 ≡ Mohr salt

n1M1V1 = n2M2V2

5 x M1x (concordant volume) = 1 x 1/20 x 10

M1 = ___________ M

Strength = M1 x 158 = ___________ g/mL

RESULT : Strength of the given solution is __ g/mL

PRECAUTIONS : (Any 2)

Q2. To analyse the given salt (No. _____) (8)

AIM: To analyse the given salt (No. _____)

Experiment Observation Inference


Colour white Fe2+, Fe3+, Cu2+, Co2+, Ni2+
absent
Odour Smell of ammonia NH4+ may be present
Flame test No characteristic flame Ca2+, Cu2+, Ba2+, Sr2+ absent
Test for anion
Salt + dil H2SO4 No reaction CO32-,NO2-,S2- ,SO32- ,
CH3COO- absent
Salt + conc H2SO4 No reaction Cl-,NO3-,Br- ,I- absent
OS + aq BaCl2 White ppt insoluble in dil HCl SO42- present
OS + lead acetate solution White ppt SO42- confirmed
Test for cation
Salt + NaOH Smell of ammonia Zero group present
NH4+ may be present
Pass the evolved gas through Orangish brown ppt NH4+ confirmed
Nessler’s reagent

RESULT:

The given salt contains : Anion: SO42- Cation : NH4+