How to Analyse Chemical Composition?
composition of the substances can be determined according to the two types. One
is qualitative and the other is quantitative.
Analysis - This is a type of chemical analysis which is execute to identify the
components of the mixture.
These are of
different types. They are-
Analysis - This is a type of chemical analysis which is used to measure the
amount of the components present in a mixture.
analysis is bunches of chemical experiment by the identification of the
components of the mixture. These are analyse by-
Different Reagent – Different reagents are used to identify the components of the
solution. Specifically metal, non-metal portion of the mixture.
Spectroscopy - By the spectroscopy components can be identify by the absorption
of the particles present in it.
the components can be determined by the –
Defraction - This is used for the structural analysis of the components.
Chromatography - Chromatographyis a technique by which
components are separated by the molecular weight of the mixture.
Crystallography - This technique is used for the determination of structure.
types of method are there to make quantitative analysis. These are-
process - Titration is a method by which we are able to measure the amount of
the acid, base, salts etc. Examples of this titration are suppose sulphuric
acid can neutralise the X amount of base sodium hydroxide. From this type of
experiment it is found that how much amount of acid is able to neutralise the
how much amount of alkali.
UV spectroscopy is a type of instrument by which we can measure the amount of
the components by their absorption spectrum.
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