Redox Titration – Pharmaceutical Analysis 1 B. Pharma 1st semester

Redox Titration


• Definition of Oxidation, reduction

• Oxidising agent and Reducing agent

• General Guidelines for Identifying Redox Reactions

• Rules for assigning oxidation numbers

• Balancing Redox reactions

• Equation for calculating equivalent weight of oxidising
agent and reducing agent

• Redox potential

• The Nernst equation

• Redox Indicators

• Types of Redox titrations

• Permanganometry

• Applications of permanganometric methods

• Bromometry

• Iodometry

• Iodimetry

• Applications of iodometry

• Applications of iodometry

• Potassium Iodate titration

• cerimetry

• Bromometry

• Cerimetry


At the end of this
lecture, the student will be able to

• Explain redox reaction, oxidation and reduction, oxidising
and reducing agents

• Explain the Concepts of oxidation and reduction, Redox

• Assign oxidation numbers

• Balancing redox reactions

•Calculate the equivalent weights of oxidising and reducing

• Redox Indicators

• Explain about the concept of permanganometry

• Explain the permanganate titrations

• Application of potassium permanganate method

• Explain the bromometric titrations

• Explain about the concept of Iodometry

• Explain about the concept of Iodimetry

• Discuss the applications of iodometry and iodimetry

• Explain the method of potassium Iodate titration

• Enumerate the Principles and applications of cerimetry

• Discuss the principle involved in bromometry.

• Explain the applications of bromometry.

• Discuss the principle involved in cerimetry.

• Explain the applications of cerimetry.

Oxidation Reactions

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