Six hundred and eighty-five grams (4.75 moles) of technical anthranilic acid (generally about 95 per cent pure) is dissolved in 1.5 l. of water and 500 cc. Add concentrated aqueous sodium hydroxide until the solution is alkaline to methyl red. Unless otherwise noted, LibreTexts content is licensed by CC BY-NC-SA 3.0. So their equivalence point is going to end up somewhere around pH of 9. However, only the second of the two color changes, occurring in the pH range between 6.4 and 8.2, is useful. Add a few fragments of porous porcelain and distil 10 ml of water into a receiver containing 5 ml of the Methyl Red solution. The bromine atom located on the phenolic ring induces a more intense bathochromic shift than for Phenol red. This procedure is described in TAPPI Standard T 604. The acid (red) form of methyl orange ( SM 5.1.1.1 ) gradually separates before addition of NaOH (aq.) If we add base, we shift the equilibrium towards the yellow form. The most important indicators of this group are crystal violet, malachite green, and methyl violet. Methyl red (4-dimethylaminobenzene-2’-carboxylic acid) is a commonly used indicator for acid-base titrations. Allow the solution to stand overnight and then collect the red precipitate of the nickel salt on a sintered glass crucible of medium porosity previously dried and weighed. The behavior of the former is described by reaction [X]. Mix the solution thoroughly, add a fragment of porcelain, and distil 10 ml of water together with the separated chlorine into the receiver containing exactly 5 ml of the Methyl Red solution. Transfer the beaker to a hot plate and heat to fumes of sulphuric acid to complete the expulsion of all nitric acid. At pH=8.5, the colour of the solution turns from yellow (λ=373 nm, ε=20,500 Lmol−1cm−1) to red at pH=12.0 (λ=493 nm, ε=27,000 Lmol−1cm−1). Watch the recordings here on Youtube! Three pH indicators, the pH range of which varies from 4 to 12, are presented: Methyl red, Alizarin yellow R, and Bromothymol blue. Several acid-base indicators are listed below, some more than once if they can be used over multiple pH ranges. At very high pH values phenolphthalein again changes to a colorless form. Then 3–5 drops of methyl orange solution are added to the water sample (100 mL). This change is shown on the plot. Now add dilute sulphuric acid until the solution is just acid. 3.19). Those bacteria ferment glucose and produce organic acid in the culture medium, they turn in red color upon addition of methyl red, (pH below 4.4 ), which is called MR positive (MR+ ) . Most phthalein indicators are colorless in moderately acidic solutions and exhibit a variety of colors in alkaline media. The unusually large response is possibly due to several factors, including the higher photo-charge producing abilities of, Photoinduced Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Phenomena in Azo-Dye Polymers, Biermann's Handbook of Pulp and Paper (Third Edition), Chemical Methods of Rock Analysis (Third Edition), Add approximately 3 g of solid citric acid to the solution and stir to dissolve. Murexide and methyl red are investigated as promising enhancers of sonochemical destruction of chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants. - [Voiceover] Now that we've looked at titration curves in great detail, let's see how we could use an acid-base indicator to find the equivalence point for a titration. Methyl red UV-visible spectra according to pH medium (water, pathlength: 2 mm at pH=1.0 and 12.0, 10 mm at pH=2.0, 4.2, 6.0, and 7.0). As an ACS grade quality reagent, its chemical specifications are the de facto stan The slight excess of KIO3 at the end of the reaction is reacted with thiosulfate. UV-visible spectra of Alizarin yellow R, according to pH (after filtration at pH=4.4), are shown in Fig. Synonym: 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene-2′-carboxylic acid sodium salt, Acid Red 2 Empirical Formula (Hill Notation): C 15 H 14 N 3 NaO 2 Molecular Weight: 291.28 Add 100 ml of 3 N sulphuric acid, heat to a temperature of 60–70° and titrate with standard 0.1 N potassium permanganate solution. The chemical structure of Alizarin yellow R (pH range=10.1–12.0) is given in Fig. The sample was placed in a temperature control oven, and the temperature of the sample was varied from 30°C to 65°C, and the reflectivities Rint and Rpol were measured. All the beams were overlapped at the film sample with a beam spot size of about 1.5 mm radius, giving a total irradiance of approximately 11 mW/cm2 on the film. 2. Measure the absorbance of the partly decolorized red solution at 515 nm against water. Add concentrated aqueous sodium hydroxide until the solution is alkaline to, Handbook of Deposition Technologies for Films and Coatings (Third Edition), , we trapped complex guest organic molecules such as rhodamine B and, Encyclopedia of Analytical Science (Second Edition), The classical azo indicators exhibit a color change from red to yellow with increasing basicity. These compounds act like very weak bases and play only an inferior role as indicators in titrations in aqueous solution. The LibreTexts libraries are Powered by MindTouch ® and are supported by the Department of Education Open Textbook Pilot Project, the UC Davis Office of the Provost, the UC Davis Library, the California State University Affordable Learning Solutions Program, and Merlot. Together with ubiquitin and phosphorylation, methylation is a major biochemical process for modifying protein function. This grating diffracted the backward pump beam 2 to form the conjugate beam (beam 4). To the solution add approximately 0.1 g of solid citric acid, 10 ml of dimethylglyoxime solution and a few drops of methyl red indicator solution. The analysis light was the 514 nm from the same Ar+ laser, and both A// and A⊥ are measured. The most important are bromocresol green, bromocresol purple, bromothymol blue, cresol blue, phenol red, m-cresol purple, and thymol blue. A common mixture includes thymol blue, methyl red, bromothymol blue, and phenolphthalein. The methyl radical (CH 3), the methyl cation (CH + 3), and the methyl anion (CH-3) 3 4 are transient intermediates in many chemical reactions. Using multiple jets including a novel organic vapor jet [34], we trapped complex guest organic molecules such as rhodamine B and methyl red in a range of host ceramic films: SiO2, SiNx, Al2O3, and MgO, at high guest concentrations ∼ 1%. Methyl Red Test What is the purpose of the test? Different bacteria convert dextrose and glucose to pyruvate using different metabolic pathways. The solution of KIO4 in H2SO4 is first heated to distil off any chlorine formed from chloride impurities in the reagents. Methyl red (2-(N,N-dimethyl-4-aminophenyl) azobenzenecarboxylic acid), also called C.I. It contains several important structural features, which in organic chemistry are referred to as functional groups. The sulfonophthalein indicators are increasingly used in aqueous and nonaqueous solutions because of their sharp color changes and great color intensity. Positive errors owing to iodide are smaller and less reproducible, than those owing to bromide. Precipitate the calcium as oxalate as described in Chapter 3. (a) Configuration 1: geometry for the intensity grating formation with s-polarized pump and probe beams; (b) Configuration 2: geometry for the polarization grating formation with the pump beams s-polarized and p-polarized probe beam.After Ref. The origin of the nonlinear optical properties of such azo-dye impregnated polymer films has been discussed in previous sections. Next we will prepare a series of buffered solutions of methyl red at known pH. Figure 3.21. Add approximately 3 g of solid citric acid to the solution and stir to dissolve. Acid Red 2, is an indicator dye that turns red in acidic solutions. Heat on a steam bath to bring all soluble material into solution, and filter if necessary (Note 1). A sulfite liquor was diluted 1:10. These are important laboratory reactions to understand as recrystallization is used in many laboratories in organic chemistry, as seen this semester. Dry the crucible and precipitate in an electric oven set at a temperature of 120–130°, and weigh. Sulfite pulping liquors could be titrated with NaOH to each endpoint to determine the free SO2 and combined SO2. When the irradiation light is turned off, cis→trans thermal isomerization converts back all cis to trans isomers, as can be seen from the total recovery of the isotropic absorbance in Figure 3.3. However, these indicators are important for the endpoint indication of titrations in nonaqueous media. https://chem.libretexts.org/@app/auth/3/login?returnto=https%3A%2F%2Fchem.libretexts.org%2FUnder_Construction%2FStalled_Project_(Not_under_Active_Development)%2FWalker%2FChemicals%2FSubstance%253AM%2FMethyl_red, information contact us at info@libretexts.org, status page at https://status.libretexts.org. The methyl red test is used to detect the ability of an organism to produce and maintain acid end products from glucose fermentation. Dilute 25 ml of this solution with 1 M H2SO4 in a volumetric flask to 250 ml. Most acid–base indicators are dyestuffs from four classes of organic compounds: azo dyes, phthaleins, sulfonphthaleins, and triphenylmethane dyes. With the removal of the second, however, a quinonoid structure is obtained, a structure that is often associated with color. Periodate thus measures the total SO2. Alizarin yellow R UV-visible spectra according to pH medium (water, pathlength: 10 mm at pH=4.4, 2 mm at pH=8.5 and 12.0). Synthesis of Methyl red; could be produced through the following synthetic routes. Methyl red is a deep red solid, almost insoluble in water, but more soluble in organic solvents, such as glacial acetic acid, hot acetone, benzene, chloroform, ethanol, formic acid, as well as lipids. Note that while only color change area is marked on the plot, solution is red … Dissolve 50.0 mg of the dye in 1 M H2SO4 and dilute the solution with the acid in a volumetric flask to 1 litre. This determination can be carried out as a titration. Separation and determination of Cl. Transfer the cooled chlorine-free reagent solution to a glass-stoppered bottle. Victor M. Churikov, Chia-Chen Hsu, in Photoreactive Organic Thin Films, 2002, The materials used in Reference 4 consisted of thin layers of MR in PMMA. UV-visible spectra are displayed according to pH (Fig. The absorbance measured should not be lower than the absorbance of the solution obtained by diluting 5 ml of the Methyl Red solution with water in a 25-ml standard flask. solution is specified. Figure 3.22. Methyl red is similar to methyl orange except that the sulfonic acid group is replaced by a carboxylic acid group. In MRNLC, a large photovoltage drop across the sample is also observed upon irradiation. Methyl Orange is the red, weak acid which dissociates in water forming orange neutral molecules. 1 ml of 0.1 N potassium permanganate is equivalent to 2.80 mg calcium oxide, giving a titration of about 36 ml for a 1 g portion of silicate rock containing 10 per cent CaO. These observations imply that (1) the molecular linear polarizability of the cis form being appreciably smaller than that of the trans form, photoselection resulting from polarized light irradiation burns a hole into the molecular orientational distribution in a nonpolar manner (nonpolar orientational hole burning), a feature that causes both Abs// and Abs⊥ to decrease upon irradiation, and (2) for unknown reasons, the long molecular axis of the azo chromophore fades from the exciting light polarization, and molecular rotation takes place in the whole photoisomerization process (orientational redistribution). Alizarin yellow R chemical structure. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Standard chloride solution: 1 mg/ml. The chlorine is steam-distilled and trapped in a receiver containing an acidified solution of, UV-Visible Spectrophotometry of Water and Wastewater (Second Edition), MATERIALS FOR NONLINEAR OPTICS | Liquid Crystals for NLO, . The pH indicator Methyl red is used for the detection of acidity when an organism ferments glucose. I of KIO3 is reduced from +5 to −1, whereas each sulfur of (SO32−) is oxidized from +4 to +6. Methyl orange is frequently used as an indicator in acid titrations because it very clearly changes from red at a pH of 3.1 to orange at a pH of 4.4. These reactions are actually fairly slow, and the endpoint would easily be overrun. 1.17), by heating. The transmitted beam from the beam-splitter was then divided into the two s-polarized pump beams each with a power of approximately 0.35 mW. Add 10 ml of water to the dish and wash down the sides with a further quantity of water. Neutral red is a hydrochloride obtained by combining the free base of neutral red with one equivalent of hydrochloric acid. of concentrated hydrochloric acid (sp. Methyl red is used in many ways in society including food chemistry as well as in the textile industry when making chemical dyes. Am represents the isotropic absorbance (A//+2A⊥)/3. Common methylating agents are dimethyl sulfate, methyl iodide, and methyl triflate. A 10.00 mL aliquot of the diluted solution was titrated by the Palmrose method. Photochromic spiropyrans (SP) and diarylethenes (DE) isomerize by ring closing/opening, a feature that contrasts with azobenzene derivatives, which isomerize by shape change. Chloride is oxidized with potassium periodate in a dilute sulphuric acid solution. When we add acid to a solution of methyl orange, the increased hydronium ion concentration shifts the equilibrium toward the nonionized red form, in accordance with Le Chatelier’s principle. Accurately weigh 1–2 g of the finely powdered silicate rock material into a platinum dish and moisten with a little water. Chemical waste generators must determine whether a discarded chemical is classified as a hazardous waste. The observed n2 values could be as large as 10 cm2 W−1. Methyl Red, 0.0005% solution in 1 M H2SO4. The arrangement employed for the VPC experiment is described in Reference 4. that turns to a uniform orange color, due to the precipitation of the sodium salt of methyl orange. 3.23). 1. It contains a neutral red(1+). The conjugate beam, which retraced exactly the optical path of the probe beam, was picked off by a polarization preserving beam-splitter, analyzed by a linear polarizer, and then detected by a photodetector. Positive: medium turns red Negative: no color change. In basic medium, the phenate form is predominant. Figure 3.3. The pH at which methyl red detects acid is considerably lower than the pH for other indicators used in bacteriologic culture media. 12.18. Collect the precipitate on a close-textured filter paper and wash thoroughly with cold water (Note 2). Six hundred and eighty-five grams (4.75 moles) of technical anthranilic acid (generally about 95 per cent pure) is dissolved in 1.5 l. of water and 500 cc. The methyl red (MR) test detects the production of sufficient acid during the fermentation of glucose and the maintenance of conditions such that the pH of an old culture is sustained below a value of about 4.5, as shown by a change in the colour of the methyl red indicator which is added at the end of the period of incubation. Legal. Bromothymol blue chemical structure and UV-visible spectra (water, pathlength: 10 mm). Dissolve the residue in a little water and filter if necessary into a 250-ml beaker. Neutral red acts as a pH indicator, changing from red to yellow between pH 6.8 and 8.0. The polarity of the photovoltage is reversed if the light impinges from the opposite cell window. METHYL RED REAGENT - For in vitro use only - Catalogue No. Figure 3.20. Heat the solution to a temperature of about 50°, then add 25 ml of dimethylglyoxime solution followed by dilute ammonia drop by drop until a test with methyl red indicator paper indicates that the solution is just alkaline, and add 2 or 3 drops of ammonia in excess. Using this approach we demonstrated deposition, patterning and photobleaching of Methyl Red/ceramic to make thin film wave guides. Methyl red is an organic compound, which means that it is primarily constructed of carbon and hydrogen atoms, but contains nitrogen and oxygen atoms as well. It is an azo dye, and is a dark red crystalline powder.Methyl red is a pH indicator; it is red in pH under 4.4, yellow in pH over 6.2, and orange in between, with a pK a of 5.1. The type of acid produced differs from species to species and depends on the specific enzymatic pathways present in the bacteria. Figure 3.23. The other phthalein indicators differ only in that the phenolic rings contain additional functional groups: thymolphthalein, for example, has two alkyl groups on each ring. Periodate reagent. The volume at this stage should be about 100 ml. gr. Additional progress has been made by studying photoisomerization in spectrally individualizable isomers.21,22 These studies are summarized in this chapter. 0.1 M strong monoprotic acid titrated with 0.1 M strong monoprotic base in the presence of the methyl red indicator. Figure 3.19. Small amounts of KI (from the indicator solution), however, allow the following two reactions, which are rapid, to occur: The titration is carried out with 0.1 N potassium iodate to blue endpoint using KI/starch indicator. For carbonate rocks a 1 g sample weight should be used, and the rock solution diluted to volume in a 250-ml volumetric flask. Slightly basic. Bromide and iodide interfere in this method. Experiments by Neoport and Stolbova,2 and Todorov et al.3 demonstrated that methyl-red and congo-red and methyl-orange chromophores, which are azobenzene and diazo derivatives, are oriented perpendicular to the irradiation light polarization. Let's get started by taking a look at the structure of methyl red to get things going in the right direction. Allow to cool. The excess I2 at the end of the reaction reacts with starch to give a characteristic blue color, a well-known reaction used as an indicator for starch. RM65 Our Methyl Red (MR) Reagent is an indicator solution used to indicate the pH of the broth culture in the methyl red test. The most commonly encountered examples are methyl orange and methyl red. With other bases where the cooking liquor is above pH of 4–5, a known amount of sulfuric acid is added before the iodate titration. Additionally, waste generators must consult state and local hazardous waste regulations to ensure complete and accurate classification. First, the water sample is filtered if it is turbid. 1 Product Result | Match Criteria: Product Name, Description Methyl Red is a pH indicator, which remains red in color at a pH of 4.4 or less. Briefly, in contrast to trans- and cis-DR1, trans- and cis-azobenzene are spectrally distinguishable. Those bacteria ferment glucose and produce organic acid in the culture medium, they turn in red color upon addition of methyl red, … Some bacteria have ability to perform mixed acid fermentation of glucose in MR-VP medium. Bromothymol blue (pH range: 6.2–7.6) is a triphenylmethane derivative, the chemical structure and spectral behaviour of which are close to the ones of phenol red (Fig. Recent studies in methyl-red doped nematic liquid crystals (MRNLCs) have ushered in the era of supra-nonlinearity. For low-irradiation intensity, the cis concentration is small, and Abs// (absorbance of an analysis light polarized parallel to the irradiation light polarization) and Abs⊥ (absorbance of an analysis light polarized perpendicular to the irradiation light polarization) evolve in opposite directions, indicative of a near-pure orientation of the trans isomer. The same aliquot of periodate reagent in the distillation flask can be used for several successive determinations of chloride (e.g., when preparing a calibration curve). The backward pump beam was optically delayed so that it was incoherent with the writing beams and acted as the ‘read’ beam. The free SO2 = 10 × (10.78 mL × 0.0946 N)/10 mL = 1.020 N. The free SO2 = 1.02 N × 32 g/eq SO2 = 32.64 g/L free SO2 or 3.26% free SO2. 2-(4-dimethylaminophenyl)azobenzoic acid (IUPAC Name); Acid Red 2. Thus, phenol red is a bifunctional indicator with two transition pH ranges. It is used mainly in MR test for the intrageneric differentiation of Enterobacteriaceae. Have questions or comments? Copyright © 2021 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. Acid Red 2, is an azo dye that turns red in acidic solutions and can be used as a pH indicator. The most commonly encountered examples are methyl orange and. Wash the residue with water and combine the filtrate and washings. These were fabricated by dip-coating cleaned glass microscope slides in a solution of MR and PMMA dissolved in dichloromethane to produce films with average thickness of about 4 μm.32 The material absorbs strongly at 488 nm. Paul Komarenko, ... Bret Halpern, in Handbook of Deposition Technologies for Films and Coatings (Third Edition), 2010. Place 25 ml of the periodate reagent in the distillation flask, add 10 ml of water, and stir well. The extremely nonlinear optical response of MRNLC is attributed to nematic director axis reorientation by the optically induced space charge fields, similar to the effect discussed in the previous section. Notes. It is a simple broth that contains peptone, buffers, and dextrose or glucose. During distillation, the solution in the flask should remain clear. When the salt has dissolved, add a few fragments of porous porcelain, connect the flask to the condenser, and distil off and discard the first 200 ml of water. Palmrose (1935) developed a method where, under acidic conditions, all of the SO2 is converted to SO42− by periodate ion, as shown in the following two chemical equations. 4. Collect the precipitate on a close-textured filter paper and wash with the appropriate wash solution as described. In this configuration, the conjugate beam had the same polarization state as the probe beam, i.e., s-polarized.33 The ratio of the intensity of the conjugate beam to that of the probe beam in this arrangement, I4/I3, was recorded as the reflectivity Rint. 3.20). Dilute the cold solution with water and rinse the solution and any residue into a 600-ml beaker using a total of 200–300 ml of water. 179-182 °C OU Chemical Safety Data (No longer updated) More details 179-182 °C Alfa Aesar 36682 , 38698 , A16690 180.5 °C Jean-Claude Bradley Open Melting Point Dataset 15216 This causes the medium to acquire an acidic pH. Sodium hydroxide solution, dissolve 25 g of the reagent in 250 ml of water. Introduce 10 ml of the sample solution containing not more than 50 μg of Cl (chloride) into the distillation flask containing the periodate reagent prepared as described above. Ceramic host–organic guest films can be made by mechanical or sol gel methods [36], but these are multistep processes, limited to soluble species, often including time-consuming thermal treatment. A methyl group is an alkyl derived from methane, containing one carbon atom bonded to three hydrogen atoms — CH 3.In formulas, the group is often abbreviated Me.Such hydrocarbon groups occur in many organic compounds.It is a very stable group in most molecules. The structural changes causing the color changes can be illustrated with the example of phenolphthalein, which is widely used in analytical practice (reaction [XI]). If any darkening of the solution occurs, clear this with concentrated nitric acid and again evaporate to fumes of sulphuric acid. When this method was first developed, calcium was the only base used for sulfite pulping, and the liquors were necessarily acidic. (iv) Weak acid vs. weak base: No suitable indicator can be used for such a titration. In the region where the writing beams interfered, the periodic spatial variation of intensity produced a corresponding spatially periodic variation of refractive index. Although in some literature its density is given the val… At pH=4.4, the aqueous solubility increases due to the ionisation of carboxylic group. The pH at which methyl red detects acid is considerably lower than the pH for other indicators used in bacteriologic culture media. Another cause of director axis reorientation is the intermolecular torque exerted by the photo-excited dye molecules on the NLC. The pH indicator Methyl red is used for the detection of acidity when an organism ferments glucose. The polarity of the photovoltage is reversed if the light impinges from the opposite cell window. 3.21. (iii) Strong acid Vs weak base: Methyl red and methyl orange. We will measure the visible absorption spectra of the acidic and basic forms of this compound. Indicators‎ > ‎ Identify that indicators such as litmus, phenolphthalein, methyl orange and bromothymol blue can be used to determine the acidic or basic nature of a material over a range, and that the range is identified by change in indicator colour Khoo, in Encyclopedia of Modern Optics, 2005. Common Acid-Base Indicators . The reflected beam from the beamsplitter was used as the probe beam, whose intensity was about 7% of the total intensity in both pump beams. Add a fragment of porcelain, and again distil off 200 ml of water. NaOH is a strong base while ethanoic acid is a weak acid. Acid Red 2, is an azo dye that turns red in acidic solutions and can be used as a pH indicator. A 50-ml aliquot can then be taken for the precipitation of calcium and subsequent titration as described below. It is an azo dye, and is a dark red crystalline powder. The total SO2 in N = 10 × (12.18 mL × 0.2060 N)/10 mL = 2.51 N. The total SO2 = 2.51 N × 32 g/eq SO2 = 80.32 g/L total SO2 or 8.03% total SO2. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. This is particularly evident in experiments using an input polarization grating on planar aligned samples. An indicator changes color in a specific pH range. Methyl red (2-(N,N-dimethyl-4-aminophenyl) azobenzenecarboxylic acid), also called C.I. Between pH=2.0 and pH=7.0, the aqueous solubility of the compound is incomplete, indicating a partial ionisation of the carboxylic function (pKa=5.0). Pratima Bajpai, in Biermann's Handbook of Pulp and Paper (Third Edition), 2018. With this arrangement, a single transmission grating was formed with the writing beams in the sample, and this grating would diffract the counter-propagating pump beam to generate the phase conjugation signal. The parent compound of this group is phenol red (phenol-sulfonophthalein). A net remnant anisotropy, i.e., orientation of the trans isomer, is also observed. For high irradiation intensities, the cis concentration is appreciable, and both Abs// and Abs⊥ evolve in the same direction. Methyl Red Hydrochloride, Reagent, ACS, also known as C.I. Methyl Red Hydrochloride, Reagent, ACS, also known as C.I. Thus, to produce a color change, the test organism must produce large quantities of acid from the carbohydrate substrate being used. This process usually occurs upon prolonged illumination of the liquid crystal cells with a low-power laser, and can be sped up with higher laser power. (C) Variation of the absorbance—parallel, perpendicular, and isotropic—with the irradiation light intensity.The data were taken 3 minutes after the irradiation was turned on. Synthesis of Methyl red; could be produced through the following synthetic routes. Many of the sulfonophthaleins exhibit two useful color change ranges; one occurs in rather acidic solutions and the other in neutral or moderately basic media. At low irradiation intensity, the cis population is small and A⊥ increases as a consequence of the orientational distribution. To the cooled solution in the distillation flask add 200 ml of water, with stirring. I.C. The sign of the apparent photo-orientation of SP and DE depends on the photochemical transition band, i.e., on the analysis wavelength. US EPA guidelines for the classification determination are listed in 40 CFR Parts 261.3. If iron and aluminium hydroxides are precipitated, make acid with sulphuric acid, add an additional 3 g of citric acid, stir to dissolve and again make the solution alkaline to methyl red. The periodic spatial variation of the polarization state of the resultant electric field vector in the region of overlap of the writing beams produced a polarization grating in the medium.9 Diffraction of the pump beam 2 from this grating resulted in a p-polarized DFWM signal, which had the same polarization state as the probe beam.33 The intensity ratio of the conjugate beam to the probe beam in this configuration, I4/I3, was recorded as the reflectivity Rpol. Methyl red is a pH indicator; it is red in pH under 4.4, yellow in pH over 6.2, and orange in between, with a pKa of 5.1. Methanogenesis, the source of natural gas, arises via a demethylation reaction. The signal was detected using a phase-sensitive detection system, which involved mechanically chopping the read beam and using a lock-in amplifier to measure the chopped conjugation signal. Reaction of 0.1% aqueous solution is red at pH 3.1 and yellow at pH 4.4 at 25°C. 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