WHAT IS THE MAIN DIFFERENCE BETWEEEN IODOMETRY AND IODIMETRY?

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SS Md Shafi's picture

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difference... Iodimetry is the direct method, using standered solutions of iodine to titrate against another reagent. Iodometry is an indirect method or procedure in which the titration(using sodium thiosulphate ) of the iodine liberated in the reaction takes place. example : reaction between iodide ions and CUPROUS IONS(aq). Ref : www.chemistry-react.org/go/Faq/Faq 27825 FAQ

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Siva Mavuduru's picture

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If standard solution of iodine is used in titration procedure, its called iodimetry. But in case of iodometry, the substance to be analysed releases iodine from excess of iodine solution,which is determined by using sodium thiosulphate. Reference: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080824075851AAPMbXw
Dr. T.E.G.K. Murthy's picture

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In Iodimetry substances are directly titrated with Standard Iodine.This is direct determination. In Iodometry equivalent amount of iodine which is liberated from the potassium iodide by the sample is titrated against standard sodium thiosulphate solution.This is indirect determination.

Dr.T.E.G.K.Murthy
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Karanam Nilesh's picture

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IODOMETRY is the estimation of quantity of a chemical by titration with iodine.where as  on other hand IODIMETRY is the method of titration in which iodine is evoled in the the chemical reaction.

NILESH K F

Viswanadha Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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