chromotropic acid


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chromotropic acid

[¦krō·mə¦träp·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C10H8O8S2 White, needlelike crystals that are soluble in water; used as an analytical reagent and azo dye intermediate.
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Chromotropic Acid Disodium salt Dihydrate (CTA), Fluka Chemie GmbH, Switzerland Freshly prepared solution of 0.
Stock solution of HCT containing 200 [micro]g/ml was prepared in ethyl acetate for the chromotropic acid (CTA) method.
Chromotropic acid (CTA) method was a colorimetric method used for the selective determination of HCT (minor component) in a combination containing IRB as a major component.
Spectrophotometric determination of nitrate using chromotropic acid.
Immediately upon completion of the RF heating process, three sets of shavings obtained from the treated part of each pole section were placed in a glass dish in a fume hood and sprayed with chromotropic acid solution.
Consequently, some positive responses with chromotropic acid were observed in some samples immediately after the RF heating (Table 2).
Comparing the chromotropic acid data with the spectrophotometer analysis, some discrepancies can be seen in Tables 2 through 4.
0 percent chromotropic acid are poured into a 50-mL Pyrex[R] test tub with a screw top cap.