How can I do redox titration calculations?
You do them the same way as you do acid-base titration calculations.
The only difference is how you balance the equation for the reaction.
A student dissolved 0.3101 g of
First, you would write the balanced equation for the reaction.
The skeleton ionic equation is
Then you would probably balance this by the ion electron method to get the balanced net ionic equation
and perhaps put the spectator ions back in to get the molecular equation
From here on, the calculation is the same as for an acid-base titration.
Step 1. Calculate the moles of titrant.
Step 2. Calculate the molarity of the titrant.