EXPERIMENT 12 A: STANDARDIZATION OF A SODIUM …
Sodium hydroxide solution of about 0.2 M is prepared in order to be used in Exp 12B. The solution is then standardized, that is, its concentration is accurately determined, by titrating it against a weighed sample of known acidic salt, potassium acid phthalate. INTRODUCTION: Sodium hydroxide is deliquescent (absorbs moisture from the atmosphere ...
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Potassium hydroxide is also harmful if swallowed if 3 M or more. Fehling’s solution contains sodium hydroxide of this concentration. It is used in the home as an oven cleaner. Dilute sodium or potassium hydroxide solution (Sodium hydroxide If less than 0.5 M but 0.125 M or more; potassium hydroxide if less than 0.4 M but 0.1 M or more) IRRITANT
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sodium hydroxide pellets adsorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Dissolved carbon dioxide acts as a weak acid in aqueous solutions, as shown in the following reactions. CO 2 (g) + H 2 O = H+ + HCO 3− HCO 3 – = H+ + 2CO 3 – If basic solutions are prepared using water which contains dissolved carbon dioxide, a
Sodium hydroxide is very corrosive and can cause severe burns in all tissues that come in contact with it. Inhalation of low levels of sodium hydroxide as dusts, mists or aerosols may cause irritation of the nose, throat, and respiratory airways. Inhalation of …
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