logging in or signing up NON AQUEOUES TITRATION PPt ramana reddy gvrr416 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 4502 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (2) Dislike it (0) Added: February 24, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript NON AQUEOUES TITRATION : NON AQUEOUES TITRATION BY G.V.RAMANA REDDY M PHARMACY 1st YEAR DEPT.OF PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS CONTENT : CONTENT Introduction Types Of Solvents 1. Aprotic solvents 2. Protophilic solvents 3. Protogenic solvents 4. Amphiprotic solvents Non Aqueous Titration Of Weak Acids Non Aqueous Titration Of Weak Bases INTRODUCTION : INTRODUCTION Definition Non aqueous titration are those in which titration of weakly acidic or basic substances are carried out using non aqueous solvents so as to get sharp end point. Non aqueous solvents the disadvantages of poor solubility and weak reactivity. Moisture and corbondioxide should be avoided using non aqueous procedures. Moisture should be held to less than 0.05%. Standerdisation &titration should be carried out as far as possible at the same temperature. Slide 4: In non aueous solvents the acidity is decreases in the following order HCIO4> HBr>H2SO4>HCI>HNO3 HCl in water…….strongly acidic HCl in acetic acid……weakly acidic Acetic acid in water……weakly acidic Acetic acid in ammonia….strongly acidic Types of solvents : Types of solvents The solvents are divided into 4 groups 1. Aprotic solvents 2. Protophilic solvents 3. Protogenic solvents 4. Amphiprotic solvents Aprotic solvents(inert solvents) : Aprotic solvents(inert solvents) Aprotic solvents are neutral, chemically inert substances such as benzene and chloroform. They have a low dielectric constant, do not react with either acids or bases and therefore do not favor ionization. The picric acid gives a colorless solution in benzene or toluene which becomes yellow on adding aniline shows that picric acid is not dissociated in benzene or toluene solution. This type of solvents neither accept or donate protons Ex:-Benzene , dioxan , chlprobenene,chloroform,ethyl acetate, carbon tetra chloride. Protophilic solvent : Protophilic solvent Basic in character and react with acids to form solvated proton HB + Sol. ⇌ Sol.H+ + B- Acid + Basic solvent ⇌ Solvated proton + Conjugate base of acid A weakly basic solvent has less tendency than a strongly basic one to accept a proton. Similarly a weak acid has less tendency to donate protons than a strong acid. As a result a strong acid such as perchloric acid exhibits more strongly acidic properties than a weak acid such as acetic acid when dissolved in a weakly basic solvent. Ex:-acetone , eheres, pyridine ,liquid ammonia Protogenic solvents : Protogenic solvents Acidic in nature and donte protons Ex:- sulphuric acid , formic acid, propionoic acid ,acetic anhydride etc. They have high dielectric constant and ionised Because of their strength and ability to donate protons. Amphiprotic solvents : Amphiprotic solvents Have both protophilic and protogenic properties. This can acept or donate protons. Ex:-water , alcohols, acetic acid CH3COOH ⇌ H+ + CH3COO- Here the acetic acid is functioning as an acid. If a very strong acid such as perchloric acid is dissolved in acetic acid, the latter can function as a base and combine with protons donated by the perchloric acid to form protonated acetic acid., an onium ion” HClO4 ⇌ H+ + ClO4- CH3COOH + H+ ⇌ CH3COOH2+ (onium ion) Since the CH3COOH2+ ion readily donates its proton to a base, a solution of perchloric acid in glacial acetic acid functions as a strongly acidic solution. Slide 10: When a weak base, such as pyridine is dissolved in acetic acid, equivalent amount of acetate ions are produced which have more tendency to acept protons. Therefore, to titrate a solution of a weak base in acetic acid with perchloric acid in acetic acid, and obtain a sharp endpoint. HClO4 + CH3COOH ⇌ CH3COOH2+ + ClO4- onium ion C5H5N + CH3COOH ⇌ C5H5NH+ + CH3COO- Acetate ion CH3COOH2+ + CH3COO- ⇌ 2CH3COOH Burette conical flask Adding HClO4 + C5H5N ⇌ C5H5NH+ + ClO4- DETERMINING END POINT : DETERMINING END POINT Potentiometric titration Indicator method Potentiometric titration : potentiometric method for the detection of the equivalence point The end point is determined by using indictor electrode(glass electrode) and reference electrode(saturated calomel electrode) Indicator method: : Indicator method: Non Aqueous Titration of weak Bases : Non Aqueous Titration of weak Bases Solvents used in the titration of weak bases; Neutral solvents : Ex: - alcohol,chloroform,benzene,chlorobenzene Acidic solvents: Ex:-formic acid,glacial acetic acid,propionic acids Titrant used in the titration of weak basess: Ex:-Perchloric acid Indicatores used in the titration of weak bases Ex:-oracat blue ,crystal violet,1-naphtholbenzein(weak bases) methyl red,methyl orange & thymol blue(stronger bases) Non Aqueous titration Of weak acids : Many weakly acidic substances (aicohol or aprotic solvent)can be titrated in an appropiate non aqueous solvents with a sharp end point . Ex:- acidic halides, acids,amino acids, enols(barbiturates,xanthines), phenols, pyrroles sulphonamides etc,. 1) Solvents used in the titration of weak acids: Ex:-Ethylenediamine,n-butylamine,morpholine 2) Titrant used in the titration of weak acids: Ex:-sodium methoxide, lithium methoxide, potasium methoxide ,tetrabutyl ammonium hydroxide etc. 3) Indicatores used in the titration of weak acids Ex:-azo violet.thymol blue,thymolphthalein.,O-Nitro aniline Non Aqueous titration Of weak acids REFERENCES: : REFERENCES: Textbook of QUANTITATIVE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS : VOGEL’S PHARMACEUTICAL TITRIMETRIC ANALYSIS: A.A NAPOLEON Slide 16: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.