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Aquametry; application of the Karl Fischer reagent to quantitative analyses involving water
|Statement||[by] John Mitchell, Jr., and Donald Milton Smith.|
|Series||Chemical analysis,, v. 5|
|Contributions||Smith, Donald Milton, 1902-|
|LC Classifications||QD142 .M58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 444 p.|
|Number of Pages||444|
|LC Control Number||49007164|
Water determination with Karl Fischer titration Principle: Karl Fischer titration is used for many substances as a reference method, and is a chemical analysis based on the oxidation of sulfur dioxide by iodine in a methanolic hydroxide solution. Scope of Applications for Karl Fischer Method The Karl Fischer method can be used with a wide range of substances. However, the method depends on a kind of iodometry based on the reaction between the Karl Fischer reagent and water.
Karl Fischer Titration Quantitative determination of water KF reagent reacts quantitatively and selectively with water •Reagent for KF titration needs: iodine -sulfur dioxide -base -solvent (alcohol) •Base speed, stability, buffering •Solvent reactivity, end-point indication, shelf life 11 (RN = base) Karl Fischer reaction mechanism. This test method is intended as a general guide for the application of the volumetric Karl Fischer (KF) titration for determining free water and water of hydration in most solid or liquid organic and inorganic compounds. This test method is designed for use with automatic titration systems capable of determining the KF titration end point potentiometrically; however, a manual titration.
CH3SOg w as opposed to iodine, during titration of water with the standard Karl Fischer reagent, decreases to K3 = 5 x -`, which in its turn reduces the effective rate constant of titration with the Karl Fischer reagent, and hence minimizes the side-reactions involving lZ (or 13). Quantifying the Amount of Water: Karl Fischer Water Test If a crackle test is positive, further testing is needed in the form of the Karl Fischer Water Test. The Karl Fischer coulometric moisture test is a series of chemical reactions discovered in by the German chemist Karl Fischer. This method analyzes water in the microgram or partper-million range.
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Aquametry; application of the Karl Fischer reagent to quantitative analyses involving water. New York, Interscience Publishers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: John Mitchell; Donald Milton Smith.
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Book Reviews: Aquametry: Application of the Karl Fischer Reagent to Quantitative Analyses Involving WaterAuthor: Grant Wernimont. Urea does not increase the water content of the fabric by retarding evaporation during drying; with urea, the water content of the fabric is lower.
“Aquametry; Application of the Karl Fischer Reagent to Quantitative Analyses Involving Water Cited by: AQUAMETRY: Application of the Karl Fischer Reagent to Quantitative Analyses Involving Water. Volume 5 of a Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and its Applications.
Mitchell, Jr., John; Smith, Donald Milton. INTRODUCTION Aquametry involves qualitative and/or quantitative measurement of water content in chemical compounds.
Numerous techniques were available for determination of water content however Karl Fischer titration firmly holds the distinct platform in terms of specificity, sensitivity, & selectivity in chemometric aquametry, was pioneered by Karl Fischer () and based on the philosophy.
Karl Fischer titration is a titration method that uses volumetric or coulometric titration to determine the quantity of water present in a given analyte.
This method for quantitative chemical analysis was developed by the German chemist Karl Fischer in the yearToday, specialized titrators (known as Karl Fischer titrators) are available. AQUAMETRY AQUA- means water METRY- means measurement Aquametry is a analytical process to measure the water present in any product.
Determining micro quantities of water by the use of Karl Fischer Reagent by the application of current is known as aquametry. As shown in Formula (1) below, the Karl Fischer method uses Karl Fischer reagent, which reacts quantitatively and selectively with water, to measure moisture content.
Karl Fischer reagent consists of iodine, sulfur dioxide, a base and a solvent, such as alcohol. I 2 +SO 2 +3Base+ROH+H 2 O ⇒ 2Base+HI+Base+HSO 4 R (1). The water equivalents for commonly used KF reagents are mg water/mL reagent.
The KF reaction is a linear one, and so single-point calibration. Mitchell, Jr. Smith, D. M.: Aquametry Application of the Karl Fischer Reagent to Quantitative Analysis Involving Water, Inter-Science Publishers, N.Y. (인삼성분분석법, 한국인삼연초연구소). Karl fischer 1.
KF The Water Determination Test (Karl Fischer Method) is designed to determine water content in substances, utilizing the quantitative reaction of water with iodine and sulfur dioxide in the presence of a lower alcohol such as methanol and an organic base such as pyridine, as shown in the following formula: 2.
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The importance of a know. Application Notes for Karl Fischer Titration Determination of water content according to Karl Fischer is rapid, accurate and reliable. KF titration is therefore the method of choice in quality and in-process control, production and research & development.
Book Review: Quantitative Analysis for Marketing Management. Book Reviews: Aquametry: Application of the Karl Fischer Reagent to Quantitative Analyses Involving. Aquametry involves qualitative and/or quantitative measurement of water content in chemical compounds. Numerous techniques were available for determination of water content however Karl Fischer titration firmly holds the distinct platform in terms of specificity, sensitivity, & selectivity in chemometric aquametry.
Titration one component system. Reagents: Titrant Aquastar ® - CombiTitrant 5 Keto - One component reagent for volumetric Karl Fischer titration of aldehydes & ketones, 1 mL = approx. 5 mg water. Solvent 30 mL Aquastar ® - CombiSolvent Keto - Solvent for volumetric Karl Fischer titration with one component reagents for aldehydes & ketones.
Water content can be determined by any one of the following procedures: Loss on drying, for drugs containing no constituents other than water volatile at °C; Water content by Karl Fischer (Titrimetric) Mix and accurately weigh the substance to be tested, and, unless otherwise directed in the individual monograph, conduct the determination on 1 to 2 g.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. V20S Compact Volumetric KF Titrator. The routine Karl Fischer titrator combines fast and precise water content determination with easy operation.
Samples from any industry with water content between Karl Fischer method uses the Karl Fischer Reagents to determine the moisture content of a sample and it is a widely popular method because it allows you to determine the water content of drug in a very fast, accurate and specific way in addition to needing a very small amount of sample for the analysis.The authors have performed a valuable service to analytical chemistry by combining in a single volume a large portion of the information available in the literature and at the author's laboratory on the application of the Karl Fischer reagent to quantitative analyses involving water.
The Karl Fischer reagent is a solution of iodine, pyridine.