0.5 g of an impure sample of oxalate was dissolved in water and the solution made to 100 ml. On titration 10 ml of this solution required 15 ml of N/20 KMnO4 solution. Calculate the percentage of pure oxalate in the sample.
The reduction half reaction is
Let N1 be the normality of the oxalate solution.
Applying normality equation, we have,
Strength of oxalate solution = Normality × Eq. wt
∴ Amount of pure present in 100 ml
But amount of present in impure sample = 0.5 g (Given)
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