While the bromometric method of determining magnesium with simple means of preparing a closed titration flask which practically eliminates the possibility of. Fluorescein as Indicator in Bromometric Titrations. F Hahn. Ind. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed., , 14 (7), pp – DOI: /ia Publication Date. metric titration of the residual bromine. The error Hensinger5 and Szelenyi6 describe bromometric methods for determining formic acid. ‘The.
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Most often of all, the reduction of iodine to iodide is the last step in a series of reactions where the initial reactions are used to convert an unknown amount of the solute the substance being analyzed to an equivalent amount of iodine, which may then be titrated.
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