Class 11 Chemistry Redox Reactions Redox reaction as the basis for Titrations

Redox reaction as the basis for Titrations

Titration is the process in which the solutions of two reagents are allowed to react with each other.

Procedure:

  • In it one solution (known volume) is taken in Burette and the solution is called titrant.
  • The other reagent is taken in flask called titration flask and the solution is called as analyte.
  • The titration is carried out till both the reagents mix completely.
  • The stage at which both the reagent mix completely is called end point.
  • The end point is detected by indicator.

The objective of these titrations is to find out the exact amount of an acid (or the base) present in a given solution by reacting it against the solution of standard base (or an acid) .

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