How to Analyse Chemical Composition?

Chemical composition of the substances can be determined according to the two types. One is qualitative and the other is quantitative.

Qualitative 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-

Quantitative Analysis - This is a type of chemical analysis which is used to measure the amount of the components present in a mixture.

Quantitative 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.

UV Spectroscopy - By the spectroscopy components can be identify by the absorption of the particles present in it.

Structure of the components can be determined by the –

X Ray 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.

Different types of method are there to make quantitative analysis. These are-

Titration 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.

Spectroscopy - 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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