Measuring chlorine dioxide with a rotating voltammetric membrane electrode

@inproceedings{Smart1982MeasuringCD,
  title={Measuring chlorine dioxide with a rotating voltammetric membrane electrode},
  author={Ronald B. Smart and James W. Freese},
  year={1982}
}
  • Ronald B. Smart, James W. Freese
  • Published 1982
  • Chemistry
  • A new rotating voltammetric membrane electrode has been developed and used to measure chlorine dioxide in water and wastewater. It is capable of detecting low concentrations (<1 mg/L) of chlorine dioxide and is suitable for continuous, automated monitoring. At a chlorine dioxide concentration of 0.30 mg/L, the relative standard deviation is 6.4 percent. This electrode has been compared with the chlorophenol red and iodometric methods for measuring chlorine dioxide. 

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