Iodination Of Propanone Coursework Columbia

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  • Reaction 8.2b p.218. The kinetics of the reaction between iodine and propanone in acidic solution.

    Method 1.

    Required apparatus:

    8 titration flaskstitrating apparatusTimer

    Pipette with its safety-filler

    A=60 cm30.02M I2B=30cm3 1M propanone

    C=30cm31M sulphuric acidD=100ml 0.5M NaHCO3

    E=200ml thiosulphate(0.01M)

    1.Set up titration apparatus and fulfil with 0.010M sodium thiosulphate.

    2.Label titration flasks 1,2,3,45,6,7,8.

    3.In 1 put 50 cm3 of 0.02M I2 in KI.

    4.In 2 put 25 cm3of aqueous propanone (CH3COCH3) and 25 cm3 of 1M H2SO4.

    5.Into remaining 6 put 10cm3 of 0.5M NaHCO3(sodium hydrogencarbonate).

    6.Start time, pour flask 2 into flask 1 and shake for 1 minute.

    7.Withdraw using pipette + safety filler & run into flask 3.

    8.Shake until bubbling ceases, note time (record below).

    9.Put a bit 1% starch into the liquid (starch makes I2 black and thus titration easier).

    10.Titrate with 0.010M sodium thiosulphate (Na S2O3).

    11.Repeat last three at every 5-10 min.

    Flask No.

    Time

    Initial burette reading

    Final burette reading

    Amount of sodium hydrogencarbonate used

    3

    1.10

    0

    19.5

    19.5

    4

    6.20

    20

    39.2

    19.2

    5

    11.33

    0

    17.5

    17.5

    6

    14.50

    17.5

    35.3

    17.8

    7

    20.07

    0

    14.5

    14.5

    8

    24.15

    14.5

    30.1

    15.6

    The line of best fit will be a straight line, thus reaction is zero order wrt. I2.

    Method 2

    4 boilingtubes inholderburette with holderTimer

    100 cm3 2M HCl50cm32M propanone20cm3 H2O

    50cm30.01M I220cm3 and 10cm3 pipettes with fillerbeakers

    1.Set up testtubes and label beakers and fill them.

    2.Make up mixtures below

    3.Start reaction by adding I2.

    4.Measure time for colour of I2 to disappear.

    Volume

    Run1

    Run2

    Run3

    Run4

    2M HCl (cm3)

    20

    10

    20

    20

    2M propanone (cm3)

    8

    8

    4

    8

    water (cm3)

    0

    10

    4

    2

    0.01M I2 (cm3)

    4

    4

    4

    2

    Time for colour to disappear(s)

    78

    205

    182

    55

    Rate (1000x1/T)

    12.8

    4.88

    5.49

    18.2

    Rate=kx

    Water was added to keep the total volume constant, thus making it a fair test.

    1.Compare run 1&2, if the concentration of acidis halved the rate is also halved.

    2.Compare run 1&4 for how the I2 changes the rate does not change (note: the rate actually increases, but that is because the iodine colour gets harder to notice, because there is less iodine).

    3.Compare runs 1&3 for how the propanone changes the rate of reaction-rate is halved if concentration is halved.

    Overall

    r=k[H+]1[CH3COCH3]1[I2]0.

    Overall order: Second.

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