posted by piah on .
i'm having a hard time for my chemistry project an my topic on titration and my topic is to determine the mass percentage of iron in steel wool and i can not get as much information on the steps to follows how to create the titration and equipment needed etc.
please can you help me out??
I could help a lot more if you put your question in order. It runs on and on, has no punctuation marks, I can't tell where a sentence starts or ends. But I get the general idea. You want to determine iron in a sample. Look in your text or on the web. The Zimmerman-Reinhart procedure works well. Steel wool will go into solution much easier than iron ore; therefore, you won't have trouble dissolving the sample. Here is one site but there are others.
hey thanks for the help. well exactly the
main point of my question was that I'm doing a experiment in titration and my topic is to determine the percentage of iron in steel wool but i couldn't get procedures on how to carry out the experiment.
But if you have other ways to help me please on the experiment.. I will glad to take it..
Thank-you very much