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2016-02-15T19:26:04+05:30
Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) is used in the redox titration process because it provides the H(+) ions necessary for the reaction to occur more quickly whilst the sulphate(-) ions barely react during the reaction.
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2016-02-15T19:27:52+05:30
Sulphuric Acid (H2SO4) is used in the redox titration process because it provides the H(+) ions necessary for the reaction to occur more quickly whilst the sulphate(-) ions barely react during the reaction.lets say i want to titrate sodium oxalate(ethanedioate) with potassium manganate(VII), and have to add sulfuric into the oxalate first before doing the titration.Therefore, sulfuric acid is added to make the solution acidic. Actually, excess acid is required since H+H+ is consumed during the reaction (8 mol H+H+ per 1 mol MnO−4MnO4−).
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