The complexometric titration of micro and ultramicro quantities of calcium in blood serum, urine, and inorganic salt solutions.

@article{Bachra1958TheCT,
  title={The complexometric titration of micro and ultramicro quantities of calcium in blood serum, urine, and inorganic salt solutions.},
  author={Bernard N. Bachra and A Dauer and Albert Edward Sobel},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1958},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          107-19
        }
}
EVER SINCE THE CLASSIC OXALATE METHOD of Kramer and Tisdall (1), for the determination of serum calcium, simpler methods have been sought to determine calcium. Among the more important methods suggested have been flame photometry, colorimetry, and titrimetry. Flame photometry of calcium in serum and urine has not as yet been satisfactorily developed. Serious and rather unpredictable interferences from other ions present, necessitate more elaborate equipment (2, 3). Although several colorimetric… CONTINUE READING

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