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Equipment and Material

Equipments

- funnel 1 piece

- Stopwatch 1 piece

- Beaker Glass 1 piece

- Erlenmeyer 4 pieces

- Buret 1 piece

- Statif and clamps 1 set

- Graduated cylinder 10 mL 1 piece

- Graduated cylinder 50 mL 1 piece

Materials

- 0.02N ethyl acetate

- PP Indicator

- 0.02N NaOH solution

- Aquades

- HCl solution 0.02 N


I. PROCEDURE :

125 mL ethyl 100 mL NaOH


acetat 0,02 N 0,02 N

Added into flask


Put in the thermostate, so the
temperature is same

Ethyl acetat dan NaOH reach


the same temperature

Mixed the solution


Shaken
Turned on the stopwatch when the
solution start to mix
Experiment result
(The mixing of ethyl acetat+ NaOH)

5 ml mixing solution of ethyl acetat+ NaOH

Taken after waited for 3 minutes


Added into erlenmeyer flask that have been filled by 10 ml HCl
solution 0,02 N
Stirred
Titrated with the standard solution, NaOH 0,02 N
Repeated the experiment with the time for taken the solution
after 8,15,25,40,
Experiment Result and 60 minutes
(The volume of NaOH solution 0,02 N)
The residual solution of ethyl acetat + NaOH
Waited for 2 days
Heated so the reaction happen perfectly
Cooled
Added into flask that has been filled by 10 ml HCl solution
0,02 N
Stirred
Experiment Result
(The volume of NaOH Titrated
solutionwith
0,02the
N) standard solution, NaOH 0,02 N

Blank Solution

10 mL HCl 0,02 N

Added into erlenmeyer flask


Added 2 drops of PP indicator
Titrated with the standard solution, NaOH 0,02 N
Noted the volume of NaOH after the color changes (the
solution become pink)
The volume NaOH 0,02 N

II. REACTION :

1. CH3COOC2H5 (aq) + NaOH (aq) CH3COONa (aq) + C2H5OH (aq)


2. C2H5OH (aq) + HCl (aq) C2H5Cl (aq) + H2O (l)
3. NaOH(aq) + HCl (aq) NaCl (aq) + H2O (l)
Method of Calculation

Non Graphic Integral Method

1. mmol CH3COOC2H5 = M CH3COOC2H5 x V CH3COOC2H5


2. mmol NaOH = M NaOH x V NaOH

3. M HCl blanko =

4. mmol HCl blanko= M HCl blanko x V HCl blanko


5. mmol HCl that react = mmol HCl blanko mmol NaOH titrasi
6. Non graph determining
a) First Orde

b) Second Orde

Graphic Integral Method

First Order

Second Order