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First, we calculate the concentrations of CdY2– and of unreacted EDTA. To do so we need to know the shape of a complexometric EDTA titration curve. Compare your sketches to the calculated titration curves from Practice Exercise 9.12. Because Ca2+ forms a stronger complex with EDTA, it displaces Mg2+ from the Mg2+–EDTA complex, freeing the Mg2+ to bind with the indicator. Because of calmagite’s acid–base properties, the range of pMg values over which the indicator changes color is pH–dependent (Figure 9.30). Our derivation here is general and applies to any complexation titration using EDTA as a titrant. Note that the titration curve’s y-axis is not the actual absorbance, A, but a corrected absorbance, Acorr, \[A_\textrm{corr}=A\times\dfrac{V_\textrm{EDTA}+V_\textrm{Cu}}{V_\textrm{Cu}}\]. C_\textrm{EDTA}&=\dfrac{M_\textrm{EDTA}V_\textrm{EDTA}-M_\textrm{Cd}V_\textrm{Cd}}{V_\textrm{Cd}+V_\textrm{EDTA}}\\ which means the sample contains 1.524×10–3 mol Ni. For example, calmagite gives poor end points when titrating Ca2+ with EDTA. 3. After filtering and rinsing the precipitate, it is dissolved in 25.00 mL of 0.02011 M EDTA. Table 9.13 and Figure 9.28 show additional results for this titration. Other metal–ligand complexes, such as CdI42–, are not analytically useful because they form a series of metal–ligand complexes (CdI+, CdI2(aq), CdI3– and CdI42–) that produce a sequence of poorly defined end points. Report the weight percents of Ni, Fe, and Cr in the alloy. An important limitation when using an indicator is that we must be able to see the indicator’s change in color at the end point. Now that we know something about EDTA’s chemical properties, we are ready to evaluate its usefulness as a titrant. From Table 9.10 and Table 9.11 we find that αY4– is 0.35 at a pH of 10, and that αCd2+ is 0.0881 when the concentration of NH3 is 0.0100 M. Using these values, the conditional formation constant is, \[K_\textrm f''=K_\textrm f \times \alpha_\mathrm{Y^{4-}}\times\alpha_\mathrm{Cd^{2+}}=(2.9\times10^{16})(0.37)(0.0881)=9.5\times10^{14}\], Because Kf´´ is so large, we can treat the titration reaction, \[\textrm{Cd}^{2+}(aq)+\textrm Y^{4-}(aq)\rightarrow \textrm{CdY}^{2-}(aq)\]. The concentration of Cd2+, therefore, is determined by the dissociation of the CdY2– complex. A comparison of our sketch to the exact titration curve (Figure 9.29f) shows that they are in close agreement. \[C_\textrm{EDTA}=[\mathrm{H_6Y^{2+}}]+[\mathrm{H_5Y^+}]+[\mathrm{H_4Y}]+[\mathrm{H_3Y^-}]+[\mathrm{H_2Y^{2-}}]+[\mathrm{HY^{3-}}]+[\mathrm{Y^{4-}}]\]. The earliest examples of metal–ligand complexation titrations are Liebig’s determinations, in the 1850s, of cyanide and chloride using, respectively, Ag+ and Hg2+ as the titrant. We begin by calculating the titration’s equivalence point volume, which, as we determined earlier, is 25.0 mL. This leaves 8.50×10–4 mol of EDTA to react with Cu and Cr. Hardness of water is determined by titrating with a standard solution of ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid (EDTA) which is a complexing agent. Complexation titrimetry continues to be listed as a standard method for the determination of hardness, Ca2+, CN–, and Cl– in waters and wastewaters. In the section we review the general application of complexation titrimetry with an emphasis on applications from the analysis of water and wastewater. Two other methods for finding the end point of a complexation titration are a thermometric titration, in which we monitor the titrand’s temperature as we add the titrant, and a potentiometric titration in which we use an ion selective electrode to monitor the metal ion’s concentration as we add the titrant. It is also not good for fish tanks. The value of αCd2+ depends on the concentration of NH3. EXPERIMENT 7: QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF TOTAL HARDNESS IN DRINKING WATER BY COMPLEXOMETRIC EDTA TITRATION Chemistry 26.1 Elementary Quantitative Inorganic Analysis At a pH of 3 EDTA reacts only with Ni2+. This is often a problem when analyzing clinical samples, such as blood, or environmental samples, such as natural waters. https://chem.libretexts.org/@app/auth/3/login?returnto=https%3A%2F%2Fchem.libretexts.org%2FCourses%2FNortheastern_University%2F09%253A_Titrimetric_Methods%2F9.3%253A_Complexation_Titrations, \[C_\textrm{Cd}=[\mathrm{Cd^{2+}}]+[\mathrm{Cd(NH_3)^{2+}}]+[\mathrm{Cd(NH_3)_2^{2+}}]+[\mathrm{Cd(NH_3)_3^{2+}}]+[\mathrm{Cd(NH_3)_4^{2+}}]\], Conditional Metal–Ligand Formation Constants, 9.3.2 Complexometric EDTA Titration Curves, 9.3.3 Selecting and Evaluating the End point, Finding the End point by Monitoring Absorbance, Selection and Standardization of Titrants, 9.3.5 Evaluation of Complexation Titrimetry, information contact us at info@libretexts.org, status page at https://status.libretexts.org. After the equilibrium point we know the equilibrium concentrations of CdY2- and EDTA. The solid lines are equivalent to a step on a conventional ladder diagram, indicating conditions where two (or three) species are equal in concentration. EDTATitrations BOOK REVIEWS General Chemistry P.W.Selwood,ProfessorofChemistry, Northwestern University. EDTA se combine avec les ions métalliques dans un rapport 1:1 1) EDTA4− forme des chélates avec “tous les cations” métalliques. It uses a molecule known as EDTA, Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, shown in Figure 1: Sketch titration curves for the titration of 50.0 mL of 5.00×10–3 M Cd2+ with 0.0100 M EDTA (a) at a pH of 10 and (b) at a pH of 7. After adding calmagite as an indicator, the solution was titrated with the EDTA, requiring 42.63 mL to reach the end point. Abstract: Complexometric titration was used to determine the water hardness of an unknown sample. 2) Ces chélates sont suffisamment stables pour établir une méthode titrimétrique. The fully protonated form of EDTA, H6Y2+, is a hexaprotic weak acid with successive pKa values of. \[\textrm{MIn}^{n-}+\textrm Y^{4-}\rightarrow\textrm{MY}^{2-}+\textrm{In}^{m-}\]. The operational definition of water hardness is the total concentration of cations in a sample capable of forming insoluble complexes with soap. of which 1.524×10–3 mol are used to titrate Ni. C_\textrm{Cd}&=\dfrac{\textrm{initial moles Cd}^{2+} - \textrm{moles EDTA added}}{\textrm{total volume}}=\dfrac{M_\textrm{Cd}V_\textrm{Cd}-M_\textrm{EDTA}V_\textrm{EDTA}}{V_\textrm{Cd}+V_\textrm{EDTA}}\\ EDTA. In this titration standard EDTA solution is added to given sample containing metals using burette till the end point is achieved. The reaction between Cl– and Hg2+ produces a metal–ligand complex of HgCl2(aq). First, we calculate the concentration of CdY2–. Calcium Analysis by EDTA Titration One of the factors that establish the quality of a water supply is its degree of hardness. This is because it makes six bonds with metal ions to form one to one complex (“Complex Titrations”). For example, when titrating Cu2+ with EDTA, ammonia is used to adjust the titrand’s pH. &=\dfrac{\textrm{(0.0100 M)(30.0 mL)} - (5.00\times10^{-3}\textrm{ M})(\textrm{50.0 mL})}{\textrm{50.0 mL + 30.0 mL}}\\ Complexometric Titration with EDTA B. A pH indicator—xylene cyanol FF—is added to ensure that the pH is within the desired range. Figure 9.30, for example, shows the color of the indicator calmagite as a function of pH and pMg, where H2In–, HIn2–, and In3– are different forms of the uncomplexed indicator, and MgIn– is the Mg2+–calmagite complex. Conditions to the right of the dashed line, where Mg2+ precipitates as Mg(OH)2, are not analytically useful for a complexation titration. To maintain a constant pH during a complexation titration we usually add a buffering agent. See the text for additional details. Hardness is determined by titrating with EDTA at a buffered pH of 10. In section 9B we learned that an acid–base titration curve shows how the titrand’s pH changes as we add titrant. As shown in Table 9.11, the conditional formation constant for CdY2– becomes smaller and the complex becomes less stable at more acidic pHs. The sample, therefore, contains 4.58×10–4 mol of Cr. Compare your results with Figure 9.28 and comment on the effect of pH and of NH3 on the titration of Cd2+ with EDTA. The analogous result for a complexation titration … At the titration’s end point, EDTA displaces Mg2+ from the Mg2+–calmagite complex, signaling the end point by the presence of the uncomplexed indicator’s blue form. To do so we need to know the shape of a complexometric titration curve. At a pH of 3, however, the conditional formation constant of 1.23 is so small that very little Ca2+ reacts with the EDTA. As we add EDTA it reacts first with free metal ions, and then displaces the indicator from MInn–. In this section we demonstrate a simple method for sketching a complexation titration curve. Finally, complex titrations involving multiple analytes or back titrations are possible. Report the concentration of Cl–, in mg/L, in the aquifer. A spectrophotometric titration is a particularly useful approach for analyzing a mixture of analytes. EDTA. The determination of Ca2+ is complicated by the presence of Mg2+, which also reacts with EDTA. Figure 9.35 Spectrophotometric titration curve for the complexation titration of a mixture of two analytes. At the beginning of the titration the absorbance is at a maximum. The ladder diagram defines pMg values where MgIn– and HIn– are predominate species. In addition, EDTA must compete with NH3 for the Cd2+. The end point is determined using p-dimethylaminobenzalrhodamine as an indicator, with the solution turning from a yellow to a salmon color in the presence of excess Ag+. The range of pMg and volume of EDTA over which the indicator changes color is shown for each titration curve. Of the cations contributing to hardness, Mg2+ forms the weakest complex with EDTA and is the last cation to be titrated. Because EDTA has many forms, when we prepare a solution of EDTA we know it total concentration, CEDTA, not the concentration of a specific form, such as Y4–. In this section we will learn how to calculate a titration curve using the equilibrium calculations from Chapter 6. There are no health hazards associated with water hardness, however, hard water causes scale, as well as the reduced lathering of soaps. Now that we know something about EDTA’s chemical properties, we are ready to evaluate its usefulness as a titrant. EDTA Titration of CalciumII and MagnesiumII Calcium and magnesium ions are the primary contributors to “hardness” of water and they are important components of limestone. EDTA, which is shown in Figure 9.26a in its fully deprotonated form, is a Lewis acid with six binding sites—four negatively charged carboxylate groups and two tertiary amino groups—that can donate six pairs of electrons to a metal ion. For example, an NH4+/NH3 buffer includes NH3, which forms several stable Cd2+–NH3 complexes. 3) La stabilité résulte de: − plusieurs sites complexant (6) − structure en forme de “cage” Complexometric titrations of calcium, zinc and lead with polyamino­ carboxylic acids: ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA), 1,2-diamino­ cyclohexanetetraacetic acid (DCTA), ethyleneglycol-bis(2-aminoethylether)­ tetraacetic acid (EGTA) and tetraethylenepentamine (tetren) have been Note that after the equivalence point, the titrand’s solution is a metal–ligand complexation buffer, with pCd determined by CEDTA and [CdY2–]. \[\mathrm{\dfrac{1.524\times10^{-3}\;mol\;Ni}{50.00\;mL}\times250.0\;mL\times\dfrac{58.69\;g\;Ni}{mol\;Ni}=0.4472\;g\;Ni}\], \[\mathrm{\dfrac{0.4472\;g\;Ni}{0.7176\;g\;sample}\times100=62.32\%\;w/w\;Ni}\], \[\mathrm{\dfrac{5.42\times10^{-4}\;mol\;Fe}{50.00\;mL}\times250.0\;mL\times\dfrac{55.847\;g\;Fe}{mol\;Fe}=0.151\;g\;Fe}\], \[\mathrm{\dfrac{0.151\;g\;Fe}{0.7176\;g\;sample}\times100=21.0\%\;w/w\;Fe}\], \[\mathrm{\dfrac{4.58\times10^{-4}\;mol\;Cr}{50.00\;mL}\times250.0\;mL\times\dfrac{51.996\;g\;Cr}{mol\;Cr}=0.119\;g\;Cr}\], \[\mathrm{\dfrac{0.119\;g\;Cr}{0.7176\;g\;sample}\times100=16.6\%\;w/w\;Fe}\]. Next, we add points representing pCd at 110% of Veq (a pCd of 15.04 at 27.5 mL) and at 200% of Veq (a pCd of 16.04 at 50.0 mL). EDTA titration can be used for direct determination of many metal cations. The evaluation of hardness was described earlier in Representative Method 9.2. For example, after adding 5.0 mL of EDTA, the total concentration of Cd2+ is, \[\begin{align} The red arrows indicate the end points for each analyte. We also will learn how to quickly sketch a good approximation of any complexation titration curve using a limited number of simple calculations. Report the sample’s hardness as mg CaCO3/L. Complexometric titrations with EDTA have traditionally been performed in undergraduate analytical chemistry courses to determine the calcium or magnesium content of water. The method uses a very large molecule called EDTA which forms a complex with calcium ions. If the metal–indicator complex is too weak, however, the end point occurs before we reach the equivalence point. \[\alpha_{\textrm Y^{4-}} \dfrac{[\textrm Y^{4-}]}{C_\textrm{EDTA}}\tag{9.11}\]. Complexometric titration (sometimes chelatometry) is a form of volumetric analysis in which the In practice, the use of EDTA as a titrant is well established . The analogous result for a complexation titration shows the change in pM, where M is the metal ion, as a function of the volume of EDTA. Experimental procedures of Ca determination by EDTA titration are described, followed by simple outro of volumetric analysis. The scale of operations, accuracy, precision, sensitivity, time, and cost of a complexation titration are similar to those described earlier for acid–base titrations. When the titration is complete, raising the pH to 9 allows for the titration of Ca2+. Although EDTA is the usual titrant when the titrand is a metal ion, it cannot be used to titrate anions. Having determined the moles of Ni, Fe, and Cr in a 50.00-mL portion of the dissolved alloy, we can calculate the %w/w of each analyte in the alloy. Titrate the solutions with 0.01 M EDTA until the color changes from wine red to blue. &=\dfrac{(5.00\times10^{-3}\textrm{ M})(\textrm{50.0 mL})}{\textrm{50.0 mL + 25.0 mL}}=3.33\times10^{-3}\textrm{ M} Cyanide is determined at concentrations greater than 1 mg/L by making the sample alkaline with NaOH and titrating with a standard solution of AgNO3, forming the soluble Ag(CN)2– complex. At the equivalence point we know that, \[M_\textrm{EDTA}\times V_\textrm{EDTA}=M_\textrm{Cd}\times V_\textrm{Cd}\], Substituting in known values, we find that it requires, \[V_\textrm{eq}=V_\textrm{EDTA}=\dfrac{M_\textrm{Cd}V_\textrm{Cd}}{M_\textrm{EDTA}}=\dfrac{(5.00\times10^{-3}\;\textrm M)(\textrm{50.0 mL})}{\textrm{0.0100 M}}=\textrm{25.0 mL}\]. Having determined the moles of EDTA reacting with Ni, we can use the second titration to determine the amount of Fe in the sample. Engineering Chemistry Lab ( Rajasthan Technical University) For each of the three titrations, therefore, we can easily equate the moles of EDTA to the moles of metal ions that are titrated. The calculations are straightforward, as we saw earlier. If we adjust the pH to 3 we can titrate Ni2+ with EDTA without titrating Ca2+ (Figure 9.34b). As shown in the following example, we can easily extended this calculation to complexation reactions using other titrants. Multiple choice questions on principles,complexing agents,masking agents, stability of complex, methods of titration and indicators in complexometric titrations-Page-5 The accuracy of an indicator’s end point depends on the strength of the metal–indicator complex relative to that of the metal–EDTA complex. The most widely used of these new ligands—ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, or EDTA—forms strong 1:1 complexes with many metal ions. A titration of Ca2+ at a pH of 9 gives a distinct break in the titration curve because the conditional formation constant for CaY2– of 2.6 × 109 is large enough to ensure that the reaction of Ca2+ and EDTA goes to completion. If MInn– and Inm– have different colors, then the change in color signals the end point. To illustrate the formation of a metal–EDTA complex, let’s consider the reaction between Cd2+ and EDTA, \[\mathrm{Cd^{2+}}(aq)+\mathrm{Y^{4-}}(aq)\rightleftharpoons \mathrm{CdY^{2-}}(aq)\tag{9.9}\], where Y4– is a shorthand notation for the fully deprotonated form of EDTA shown in Figure 9.26a. &=6.25\times10^{-4}\textrm{ M} At the equivalence point all the Cd2+ initially in the titrand is now present as CdY2–. Although many quantitative applications of complexation titrimetry have been replaced by other analytical methods, a few important applications continue to be relevant. Each mole of Hg2+ reacts with 2 moles of Cl–; thus, \[\mathrm{\dfrac{0.0516\;mol\;Hg(NO_3)_2}{L}\times0.00618\;L\;Hg(NO_3)_2\times\dfrac{2\;mol\;Cl^-}{mol\;Hg(NO_3)_2}\times\dfrac{35.453\;g\;Cl^-}{mol\;Cl^-}=0.0226\;g\;Cl^-}\], are in the sample. where VEDTA and VCu are, respectively, the volumes of EDTA and Cu. We can solve for the equilibrium concentration of CCd using Kf´´ and then calculate [Cd2+] using αCd2+. A 0.1557-g sample is dissolved in water, any sulfate present is precipitated as BaSO4 by adding Ba(NO3)2. \end{align}\], \[\begin{align} As is the case with acid–base titrations, we estimate the equivalence point of a complexation titration using an experimental end point. Transfer 50 mL of tap water to four different Erlenmeyer flasks. In 1945, Schwarzenbach introduced aminocarboxylic acids as multidentate ligands. A 0.7176-g sample of the alloy was dissolved in HNO3 and diluted to 250 mL in a volumetric flask. NH3-NH4+ buffer to keep the EDTA from complexing only with the Group 2 ions, Complexometric titration using the preventing it from reacting with other disodium salt of cations that might also be present in the ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (H4Y or water sample. Next, we solve for the concentration of Cd2+ in equilibrium with CdY2–. If the metal–indicator complex is too strong, the change in color occurs after the equivalence point. A 0.4071-g sample of CaCO3 was transferred to a 500-mL volumetric flask, dissolved using a minimum of 6 M HCl, and diluted to volume. Copper, barium, zinc, mercury, aluminum, lead, bismuth, chromium etc. Before adding EDTA, the mass balance on Cd2+, CCd, is, and the fraction of uncomplexed Cd2+, αCd2+, is, \[\alpha_{\textrm{Cd}^{2+}}=\dfrac{[\mathrm{Cd^{2+}}]}{C_\textrm{Cd}}\tag{9.13}\]. EDTA Titrations: An Introduction to Theory and Practice, Second Edition considers the theoretical background, full procedural details, and some practical applications of EDTA titrations. Report the molar concentration of EDTA in the titrant. For example, as shown in Figure 9.35, we can determine the concentration of a two metal ions if there is a difference between the absorbance of the two metal-ligand complexes. Adjust the sample’s pH by adding 1–2 mL of a pH 10 buffer containing a small amount of Mg2+–EDTA. Click here to review your answer to this exercise. We saw that an acid–base titration curve shows the change in pH following the addition of titrant. APCH Chemical Analysis. For more information contact us at info@libretexts.org or check out our status page at https://status.libretexts.org. Finally, what makes EDTA a convenient reagent is fact, that it always reacts with metals on the 1:1 basis, making calculations easy. The equivalence point of a complexation titration occurs when we react stoichiometrically equivalent amounts of titrand and titrant. Figure 9.29 Illustrations showing the steps in sketching an approximate titration curve for the titration of 50.0 mL of 5.00 × 10–3 M Cd2+ with 0.0100 M EDTA in the presence of 0.0100 M NH3: (a) locating the equivalence point volume; (b) plotting two points before the equivalence point; (c) plotting two points after the equivalence point; (d) preliminary approximation of titration curve using straight-lines; (e) final approximation of titration curve using a smooth curve; (f) comparison of approximate titration curve (solid black line) and exact titration curve (dashed red line). The estimation of hardness is based on complexometric titration. Although most divalent and trivalent metal ions contribute to hardness, the most important are Ca2+ and Mg2+. Report the purity of the sample as %w/w NaCN. The concentration of Cl– in a 100.0-mL sample of water from a freshwater aquifer was tested for the encroachment of sea water by titrating with 0.0516 M Hg(NO3)2. Correcting the absorbance for the titrand’s dilution ensures that the spectrophotometric titration curve consists of linear segments that we can extrapolate to find the end point. After the equivalence point the absorbance remains essentially unchanged. A variety of methods are available for locating the end point, including indicators and sensors that respond to a change in the solution conditions. A second 50.00-mL aliquot was treated with hexamethylenetetramine to mask the Cr. \end{align}\]. The titration’s end point is signaled by the indicator calmagite. To indicate the equivalence point’s volume, we draw a vertical line corresponding to 25.0 mL of EDTA. :N HO2CCH2 HO 2CCH CH2 2 CH2CO2H CH2CO2H N: 1 H4Y: ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) Why does the procedure specify that the titration take no longer than 5 minutes? The resulting metal–ligand complex, in which EDTA forms a cage-like structure around the metal ion (Figure 9.26b), is very stable. Complexometric titrations are titrations that can be used to discover the hardness of water or to discover metal ions in a solution. This is the same example that we used in developing the calculations for a complexation titration curve. [\mathrm{CdY^{2-}}]&=\dfrac{\textrm{initial moles Cd}^{2+}}{\textrm{total volume}}=\dfrac{M_\textrm{Cd}V_\textrm{Cd}}{V_\textrm{Cd}+V_\textrm{EDTA}}\\ Because EDTA forms a stronger complex with Cd2+ it will displace NH3, but the stability of the Cd2+–EDTA complex decreases. It reacts directly with Mg, Ca, Zn, Cd, Pb, Cu, Ni, Co, Fe, Bi, Th, Zr and others. 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