I am trying to work out the purity of a sample of 4 - hydroxy benzene and i thought the easiest way would be to titrate with ammonia cerium (IV) sulphate. I have little experience with titarion so I have been trying to teach myself the basics. I know once i have found out the number of moles that is required to neutralize the sample i can go from there.
My question is basically theroetically if I have a 100% pure sample, is the number of moles of the ammonium cerium sulphate (or Ce4+ ions) required to netralise the sample, the same number of moles in the sample? Or in other words if I were to write neutralisation equation would it be
1((NH4)2Ce(SO4)3) + 1(C6H6OHNH2) ==> Product
I know I havn't worded it very well but help would be much appreciated.