Hydrogen Peroxide- Metals- Chelating Agents; Interactions and Analytical Techniques

@inproceedings{Rm2003HydrogenPM,
  title={Hydrogen Peroxide- Metals- Chelating Agents; Interactions and Analytical Techniques},
  author={Jaakko H R{\"a}m{\"o} and Louis L. Edwards and Mika Sillanp{\"a}{\"a}},
  year={2003}
}
Information about interactions among metals, hydrogen peroxide and chelating agents is needed to develop environmental technology and the operating efficiency of modern elemental chlorine free and total chlorine free bleaching processes. The work presented here focused on the properties of metal chelates and corrosion of titanium in an alkaline hydrogen peroxide solution. A comparative study between three rapid analysis methods, ICP-AES, XRF and ISE, was performed in pulp matrix and error… CONTINUE READING

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