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The organic base, tris-(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane (or simply TRIS or THAM) is an


excellent primary standard. A 0.2486 g sample of the primary standard grad TRIS,
(CH2OH)3CNH2 (M.M. = 121.14) was dissolved in distilled water and required 24.88 mL of a
hydrochloric acid solution. Calculate the molarity of the solution.

2. The compound potassium hydrogen iodate, KH(IO3)2 (M.M. = 389.91) is a strong monoprotic
acid that is also an excellent primary standard. A 0.9865 g sample of AR grade KH(IO3)2 was
dissolved in distilled water and needed 21.24 mL of NaOH to reach the phenolphthalein end
point. Calculate the molarity of the NaOH solution.

3. A solution of Ba(OH)2 was standardized against 0.1016 g primary standard benzoic acid,
C6H5COOH (M.M. = 122.13). An end point was observed after the titration of the mixture with
44.42 mL of Ba(OH)2. Calculate the molarity of the base.

4. How many grams of the primary standard Na2B4O7 10H2O (M.M. = 381.42) must be obtained in
order to consume about 22 mL of 0.082 M H2SO4 solution?

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2- +
B4O7 + 2H + 5H2O 4H3BO3

5. A 0.6334 g sample of primary standard grade HgO (M.M. = 216.59) was dissolved in 100 mL
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of 0.50 M KI solution. The liberated OH needed 35.60 mL of HNO3 to reach the end point.
Calculate the molarity of the HNO3 solution.

6. The benzoic acid extracted from 106.3004 g of catsup required 14.76 mL of 0.0514 M NaOH.
Express the results of this analysis in terms of the percentage of sodium benzoate,
NaC6H5CO2 .(M.M. 144.11)

7. Titration of 0.7436 g sample of impure Na2B4O7 required 31.64 mL of 0.1081 M HCl. Express
the results of this analysis in terms of %Na2B4O7.

8. A 1.047 g sample of canned tuna was analyzed by the Kjeldahl method; the liberated ammonia
was collected in a boric acid solution and required 24.61 mL of 0.1180 M HCl to reach the
methyl orange end point. Calculate the %N in the sample.

9. A 25.00 mL aliquot of vinegar was diluted to 250 mL in a volumetric flask. Titration of a 50 mL


aliquot of the diluted vinegar solution required 34.88 mL of 0.09600 M NaOH. Express the
acidity of the vinegar in terms of %(w/v) CH3COOH (M.M. = 60.06).

10. A 25.00 mL sample of a household cleaning solution was diluted to 250.0 mL in a volumetric
flask. A 50.00 mL aliquot of this solution required 40.38 mL of 0.2506 M HCl to reach a
bromocresol green end point. Calculate the %(w/v) NH3 in the sample. (Assume that all the
alkalinity results from the ammonia.)

11. A 0.3337 g of pure sulfamic acid, H2NSO3H (M.M. = 97.10) was dissolved in 60-mL of
distilled water and needed 30.40 mL of a NaOH solution to reach the end point. Calculate the
molarity of the NaOH solution.

12. A 0.4337 g of impure Ba(OH)2 was dissolved in 50-mL of distilled water and needed 13.50 mL
of 0.1020 M HCl solution to reach the methyl orange end point. Determine the composition of
the sample. Express your answer in grams Ba(OH)2 per 100 grams sample. Ba(OH)2 (M.M. =
171.34)