DETERMINATION OF TOTAL HARDNESS OF WATER BY COMPLEXOMETRIC TITRATION PDF

The calcium in the water will be measured by performing a titration with EDTA. Eriochrome Black T will be used as an indicator. Standardization of EDTA will be performed first and then the determination of calcium concentration. After standardizing the EDTA, the average molarity was found to be 0. The calcium concentration was found to be

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Principle Originally, the hardness of water was understood to be a measure of the capacity of water for precipitating soap. Soap is precipitated chiefly by the calcium and magnesium ions commonly present in water, but may also be precipitated by ions of other polyvalent metals, such as aluminium, iron, manganese, strontium and zinc, and by hydrogen ions. Because, all but the first two are usually present in insignificant concentrations in natural waters, hardness is defined as a characteristic of water, which represents the total concentration of just the calcium and the magnesium ions expressed as calcium carbonate.

However, if present in significant amounts, other hardness producing metallic ions should be included. When the hardness is numerically greater than the sum of the carbonate alkalinity and the bicarbonate alkalinity, the amount of hardness, which is equivalent to the total alkalinity, is called carbonate hardness; the amount of hardness in excess of this is called non-carbonate hardness.

When the hardness is numerically equal to or less than the sum of carbonate and bicarbonate alkalinity all of the hardness is carbonate hardness and there is no noncarbonate hardness.

The hardness may range from zero to hundreds of milligrams per litre in terms of calcium carbonate, depending on the source and treatment to which the water has been subjected. Ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid and its sodium salts EDTA form a chelated soluble complex when added to a solution of certain metal cations.

If EDTA is then added as a titrant, the calcium and magnesium will be complexed. After sufficient EDTA has been added to complex all the magnesium and calcium, the solution will turn from wine red to blue. This is the end point of the titration.

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