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A new procedure is described for the direct coulometric titration of the carbon dioxide liberated in the high-temperature combustion of steel. The carbon dioxide is absorbed in isopropanol containing 3% of ethanolamine and titrated with 100% titration efficiency with a constant current of 50 mA and spectrophotometric detection of the end-point. The accuracy(More)
Cathodic reactions in methanol and isopropanol have been investigated in the presence of both lithium chloride and tetraethylammonium bromide as supporting electrolytes. A side-reaction in lithium chloride medium leads to the formation of insoluble lithium hydroxide but base is generated stoichiometrically in tetraethylammonium bromide by reduction of(More)
It is demonstrated that the addition of 5% of water to the non-aqueous solvent for the titrimetric determination of carbon in steel improves the performance of the titration. Modifications to the procedure are proposed which allow the normal titrant, tetra-n-butylammonium hydroxide dissolved in benzene-methanol, to be replaced by an aqueous solution of(More)
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