JL Chaturvedi College of Engineering 846 New Nandavan Nagpur India
Various methods of extraction are common and have been investigated in the past few years eg. Spectrophotometric, ion exchange and chromatographic technique. In the present work Fe (II) has been determined from ammonium iron (III) Sulphate by titrimetric and spectrohotometric methods after reduction from a jones redactor using amalgamated zinc as the reluctant in the column. It was determined titrimetrically by titrating against. O.1N KMnO4 solution and spectro-photometrically by formation of a complex with 1, 10 phenanthroline. Effect of change in concentration of HCl solution, different solvents, optimum concentration of iron which can be extracted & effect of foreign ions was studied. It was concluded that maximum extraction of 99.4% was noticed employing diethyl ether as a solvent when 6M HCl was used. The interference caused due to foreign ions on the percentage extraction has been noted.
Copy the following to cite this article:Kavita Gour , "Solvent Extraction & Quantitative determination of Iron ", Journal of Ultra Chemistry, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page Number 361-364, 2016
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