Chloraminometry

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Chloraminometry

 

a titrimetric method for the determination of reducing agents based on the use of titration solutions of chloramine-T or chloramine-B. These reagents manifest oxidizing properties only in the presence of halide ions. The titration end point is established visually using various indicators, potentiometrically, or amperometrically with a platinum rotating microelectrode. Chloraminometry is used for the determination of As(III), Sb(III), Hg(I), Fe(II), I. nitrogen-containing compounds (nitrites), sulfur-containing compounds (hydrogen sulfide and its derivatives and sulfites), aldehydes, ketones, and other inorganic and organic compounds.

REFERENCE

Berka, A., Ia. Vulterin, and Ia. Zyka. Novye red-oks-metody v analiticheskoi khimii. Moscow, 1968, pp. 61–84.
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