Percentage of H₂O₂ in Your Drugstore Hydrogen Peroxide
This lab is an introduction to Redox titration. Students use a redox probe and titration to determine the hydrogen peroxide content of a drugstore formulation.
Students will be expected to apply knowledge of balancing reduction-oxidation reactions and half reactions in order to complete this lab. They standardize a solution of potassium permanganate using ferrous ammonium sulfate, then use the permanganate to titrate against a diluted sample of drugstore 3% hydrogen peroxide.PreviewDownload
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|IB Topics||AP Topics|
|9.1; 9.2; 19.1||TRA-1.B; SPQ-4.A; SPQ-4.B|
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