High precision measurements of alkalinity and total carbon dioxide in seawater by potentiometric titration — 1. Presence of unknown protolyte(s)?

@inproceedings{Bradshaw1988HighPM,
  title={High precision measurements of alkalinity and total carbon dioxide in seawater by potentiometric titration — 1. Presence of unknown protolyte(s)?},
  author={Alvin Bradshaw and Peter G. Brewer},
  year={1988}
}
  • Alvin Bradshaw, Peter G. Brewer
  • Published 1988
  • Chemistry
  • An automated system for measuring alkalinity and total carbon dioxide in seawater by potentiometric titration is described. Single observation standard errors of ∼1 μequiv. kg−1 and ∼2 μmol kg−1 for alkalinity and total carbon dioxide are obtained using this system. The titration total carbon dioxide results are ∼21 μmol kg−1 higher than those obtained by gas extraction methods which, unlike the titration method, do not require detailed knowledge of the chemistry of the seawater samples… CONTINUE READING

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