Vanadium compounds in reductimetric titrations-III: Applications of vanadium(II).

Abstract

Vanadium(II) sulphate is a versatile reductant; it can change its oxidation number by one, two, or three units, depending on the oxidation potential of the half-cell with which it reacts and on the mode of titration. The end-point of many of the reactions can be detected by means of indicators. A back-titration method is usually needed for the three… (More)

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@article{Chawla1966VanadiumCI, title={Vanadium compounds in reductimetric titrations-III: Applications of vanadium(II).}, author={Kartika Chawla and J. P. Tandon}, journal={Talanta}, year={1966}, volume={13 6}, pages={859-62} }