what is kf principal
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Answer / vikram
one mole iodine react with one mole of water
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Answer / naveen
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Answer / prasanna
The I2 in KF reagent reacts with water molecule and converts into hydroiodic salt. When water molecules are not available then the excess molecule of I2 will be detected by Iodine electrode. using the vol of KF consumed we can calculate water% in our sample.
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Answer / mallesh
The titrimetric determination of water is based upon the quantitative reaction of water with an anhydrous solution
of sulfur dioxide and iodine in the presence of a buffer that reacts with hydrogen ions.
It means one mole iodine react with one mole of water
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Answer / pooja joshi
neutrallization of water
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