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UV / visible Spectroscopy. Colorimetric Analysis Quantitative Analysis Inorganic species. UV / visible Spectroscopy. Two types of electronic transition Transisitions involving atomic orbitals Charge transfer transitions. UV / visible Spectroscopy.

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UV / visible Spectroscopy

  • Colorimetric Analysis

  • Quantitative Analysis

  • Inorganic species


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  • Two types of electronic transition

  • Transisitions involving atomic orbitals

  • Charge transfer transitions


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UV / visible Spectroscopy

  • The ions and complexes of elements of the first two transition series absorb broad bands of visible radiation in at least one of their oxidation states and are, as a consequence, coloured.



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  • Absorption involves transitions between filled and unfilled d-orbitals.

  • The energy differences between the d-orbitals (and thus the position of the corresponding absorption peak) depend upon the the position of the element in the periodic table, its oxidation state, and the nature of the ligand bonded to it.



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  • Charge transfer absorption is of particular interest to analytical chemists because molar absorptivities are usually large (max > 10,000).

  • Methods based upon this type of absorption are highly sensitive.


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  • Many organic and inorganic complexes exhibit charge transfer absorption and are known as charge transfer complexes.

  • Thiocyanate and phenolic complexes of iron(III).



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  • Charge transfer complexes generally contain both an electron donor group and an electron acceptor group.

  • Absorption of radiation involves the transfer of an electron from the donor group to an orbital associated with the acceptor group or vice versa.


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  • Six criteria for a successful analysis

    • Specificity of the colour reaction

    • Proportionality between colour and concentration

    • Stability of the colour

    • Reproducibility

    • Clarity of the solution

    • High sensitivity.


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  • Specificity of the colour reaction

    • Very few reactions are specific for a particular substance.

    • However, many only give colours for a small group of related substances.

    • Therefore they can be considered to be selective.

    • Alteration of oxidation states and pH enhances selectivity.


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  • Proportionality between colour and concentration

    • It is desirable that the system under investigation follows the Beer-Lambert law.

  • Stability of the colour

    • Not all complexes are stable with respect to time.

    • The stability of the complex should be sufficient to allow precise measurements to be made.


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  • Reproducibility

    • The colorimetric procedure must give reproducible results under the experimental conditions.

    • The reaction need not represent a stoichiometrically quantitiative change.


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  • Clarity of the solution

    • The solution must be free of precipitates.

    • Turbidity scatters and absorbs light.

  • High sensitivity

    • It is desirable that the colour reaction be highly sensitive.

    • i.e.  is very large.


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  • Steps in carrying out a colorimetric analysis.

    • Choose the wavelength of maximum absorbance.

    • Prepare a calibration curve using known quantities of the complex measured at this wavelength.

    • Measure the absorbance of your unknown sample.

    • Calculate the concentration from the equation of the best fit line.


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Nickel Concentration (mg/l)

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  • Calibration Curves

y = 1.2469x - 0.0219

R2 = 0.9992


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Diethyl dithiocarbamate

Diphenyl carbazone


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  • Advantages of colorimetric analysis.

    • Better at low concentrations than titrimetric or gravimetric analysis.

    • Can be applied under conditions where there are no satisfactory titrimetric or gravimetric procedures.

    • Very rapid once a calibration curve as been obtained.


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