Elimination of equivalence point errors in the potentiometric titration of chloride, bromide and iodide mixtures with silver nitrate
When two or more halides are determined in solution by precipitation titration with silver nitrate as the titrant, significant errors can occur at the first equivalence point as a result of coprecipitation. Errors of up to 33% were found for the first equivalence point for solutions containing mixtures of halides at micromolar levels. The addition of a flocculating agent to the solution reduced coprecipitation by increasing the rate of exchange between the precipitated silver halide and the...[Show more]
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