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determination of weak acids in mineral insulating oils by catalytic thermometric titration

D A. Castle

determination of weak acids in mineral insulating oils by catalytic thermometric titration

by D A. Castle

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Published by Institute of Petroleum in London .
Written in English


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Statement[by] D.A. Castle and E.J. Greenhow.
SeriesIP 75-015
ContributionsGreenhow, E J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20873854M

This test method covers the measurement of water present in insulating liquids by coulometric Karl Fischer titration. This test method is used commonly for test specimens below % relative saturation of water in oil. The coulometric test method is known for its high degree of sensitivity (typically 10 μg H 2 O). This test method. Titration of Strong and Weak Acids Experiment 1 1. In Excel, create a graph of pH versus volume of added NaOH (mL) to the HCl solution of unknown concentration, to produce a titration curve. Submit the Excel spreadsheet with this graph and the others below in different tabs. 2.

In this study, a conductometric titration method is proposed for the quantitative determination of two mineral acids (HCl and H 3 PO 4), both individually and from mixture. Describes the procedure for the determination of the acidity of unused and used electrical mineral insulating oils. The method may be used to indicate relative changes that occur in a mineral insulating oil during use under oxidizing conditions regardless of .

  E6 acid value 1. INTRODUCTION The acid value (AV) is a common parameter in the specification of fats and oils. It is defined as the weight of KOH in mg needed to neutralize the organic acids present in 1g of fat and it is a measure of the free fatty acids (FFA) in a sample of oil or fat indicates hydrolysis of triglycerides. Thermometric Titration of Acid Number according to ASTM D White Paper The new Thermotrode™ accurately determines the Acid Number of a wide range of petrochemical products with a fast and straightforward method, which is fully compliant to the ASTM D standard.


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Determination of weak acids in mineral insulating oils by catalytic thermometric titration by D A. Castle Download PDF EPUB FB2

This test method covers the determination of acidic components in crude oil and petroleum products including waxes, bitumen, base stocks, and asphalts that are soluble in mixtures of xylenes and propanol. It is applicable for the determination of acids whose dissociation constants in water are larger than 10 –9; extremely weak acids whose dissociation constants are smaller than Titration of Acidity in Fats and Oils.

Analysis outlining the titration method for determination of the acid number and free fatty acids (FFA) in fats and oils.

This method is suitable for edible fats and oils such as butter, olive, palm, or sunflower oil. The acid number is the quantity of base, expressed in milligrams of potassium hydroxide. The content of acids, including very weak acids, in straight-run and air-blown petroleum bitumens is determined by non-aqueous catalytic thermometric titrimetry.

Titration values depend on the nature of the titrant and on the nature and amount of the sample solvent and thermometric by: A thermometric titration is one of a number of instrumental titration techniques where endpoints can be located accurately and precisely without a subjective interpretation on the part of the analyst as to their location.

Enthalpy change is arguably the most fundamental and universal property of chemical reactions, so the observation of temperature change is a natural choice in monitoring.

Talanta,Vol. 14, pp. to Pergamon Pre Ltd. Printed in Northern Ireland DETERMINATION OF TERTIARY AMINES AND SALTS OF ORGANIC ACIDS IN ACETIC ACID BY CATALYTIC THERMOMETRIC TITRATION VILIM J. VAJGAND and FERENC F.

GAAL Institute of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Belgrade, Studentski Yugoslavia (Received 20 April Cited by:   Thermometric titration 1. INTRODUCTION Thermometric titration is one of a number of instrumental titration techniques where endpoints can be located accurately and precisely without a subjective interpretation on the part of the analyst as to their location.

Enthalpy change is arguably the most fundamental and universal property of chemical reactions, so the observation of temperature. The method is suitable for edible fats and oils such as butter, olive, palm or sunflower oil. The acid number is the quantity of base, expressed in milligrams of potassium hydroxide, that is required to.

AB Determination of Free Fatty Acids (FFA) in Edible Oils. While performing a titration, the added titrant reacts with the analyte in an exothermic (liberating heat) or endothermic (absorbing heat) manner.

The change in temperature during the titration is measured by the Thermoprobe. A novel method of catalytic thermometric titration has been developed for the determination of the acidity of oils using titration with KOH in isopropanol as titrant. The amounts of oil, concentration and delivery rate of titrant, volumes and types of thermometric end-point indicator were investigated.

The results show that mixture of acetone and chloroform used as indicator exhibits Author: Jian-Qiang Hu, Shi-Zhao Yang, Jian-Jian Zhang, Li Guo, Yong-Liang Xin. Applied thermometric titration: determination of iodine value (IV) in fats and oils.

12/09/ Iodine value (IV) is a measure of the total number of double bonds present in fats and oils. It is expressed as the «number of grams of iodine that will react with the double bonds in grams of fats or oils».

The determination is conducted by. Iodine value (IV) is a measure of the total number of double bonds present in fats and oils. It is expressed as the «number of grams of iodine that will react with the double bonds in grams of fats or oils». The determination is conducted by dissolving a weighed sample in a non-polar solvent such as cyclohexane, then adding glacial acetic.

Determination of Acid Number in lube oils by thermometric titration. The analysis is performed according to ASTM D and takes less than 2 minutes.

Thermometric titration: Certified value: Summary The thermometric titration method presented here permits a simple and direct determination of the total acid number (TAN) in petroleum products.

It is an invaluable alternative to current manual and potentiometric methods. Thermometric titration curve for raw crude. Figure 4.

Potentiometric titration curve for raw crude. Figure 5 depicts the data correlation plot on the expanded sample set. Figure 5. Data correlation plot on expanded sample set. Conclusion. Based on the mentioned observations, it can be concluded that thermometric titration method produces highly.

Thermometric titration of mono- and poly-protic acids in water—methanol medium V. Cerda, E. Casassas, ía Montelongo Thermochimica Acta 47 (3), In the instance where enthalpy change is small (e.g.

weak acids neutralized by strong bases), a catalytic indicator is used to make the titration endpoint apparent. This application work describes the determination of total acid number in crude oil and refinery process oil samples by catalytic thermometric titration.

Introduction. The determination of the acidity of oils by catalytic thermometric titrimetry using paraformaldehyde as the thermometric end-point indicator was investigated. The sample solvent was a (v/v) mixture of toluene and 2-propanol and the titrant was mol L -1 aqueous sodium hydroxide.

Schwerzenbach, Switzerland (PRWEB) Septem -- The new METTLER TOLEDO Thermotrode™ sensor and ASTM D thermometric acid number standard helps users analyze crude oil and petroleum products faster and easier than ever. The Titrotherm is a thermometric titrator that comes into play where potentiometric titration reaches its limitations.

Instead of the electrochemical potential, this instrument measures the temperature change in the titration solution. This technique is particularly useful for sodium, FFA, or. F.6/7 Chemistry Practical: Thermometric Titration Objective: To perform a thermometric titration in order to determine the enthalpy change of a reaction; To evaluate enthalpy of neutralization for a strong acid and strong base and for a weak acid and a strong base.

Group size: Individual. Introduction. Coulometric catalytic thermometric titration of the total free acid (HCOOH) in formaldehyde of various manufacturers was successfully performed. The indicator reaction was the exothermic polymerization of formaldehyde in the presence of ethanol, catalyzed by strong base.

In the titrations, a cathodically polarized platinum generator electrode was employed.The grade of the olive oils depends on olive type, fruit maturity, growing region, and how the oil is extracted.

Each olive oil grade has a different standard to determine the quality. The free fatty acids in the olive oil are particularly important in determining the Size: KB.

Estimation of Mixture of Acids By Conductometric Titration By Dr T KRITHIGA / Professor /Dept. of Chemistry.