Sodium hypochlorite as volumetric reagent
In presence of 5 N to 6 N hydrochloric acid, ferrous ethylenediamine sulphate was used as a reducing agent to determine indirectly potassium chlorate, potassium bromate, potassium metaperiodate, potassium dichromate, potassium ferricyanide, potassium permanganate, potassium persulphate, hydrogen peroxide, ceric sulphate and chloramine-T. An excess of ferrous ethylenediamine sulphate added to each of the substances in the acid medium was titrated with a standard solution of sodium hypochlorite. Iodine monochloride was used as catalyst and preoxidizer and chloroform was used as an indicator. Chloroform was coloured violet owing to the liberation of iodine during the titration and became very pale yellow at the end-point because of the formation of iodine monochloride.
KeywordsIodine Hydrochloric Acid Chlorate Permanganate Bromate
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