Utilisation of kinetic-based flow injection methods for the determination of chlorine and oxychlorine species

@inproceedings{Gordon1989UtilisationOK,
  title={Utilisation of kinetic-based flow injection methods for the determination of chlorine and oxychlorine species},
  author={Gregory P. Gordon and Kenichiro Yoshino and Demetrius G. Themelis and D. Wood D. Wood and Gil E. Pacey},
  year={1989}
}
Abstract Automated selective iodometric methods for the determination of chlorine and oxychlorine species have been developed for use in the drinking water industry. By utilising kinetic-based methods, linear ranges observed were: chlorine, 0.2–10 mg l −1 ; chlorine dioxide, 0.3–10 mg l −1 ; chlorite ion, 0.08–5 mg l −1 ; and chlorate ion, 0.08–5 mg l −1 .