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Methods of analyses


2001

I am looking for a method for analyses to NaOCl,if you know any method please tell me.

Paulo SÈrgio Martins Alvares
- Londrina, Pr, Brazil


2001

Senhor Martins Alvares,

You should dissolve 0.5 g of soluble starch in 5 ml of cold demi water and add 95 ml of boiling water (add 0.1 soln of salicilic acid as preserver). As titrating agent you should use Sodium Thiosulphate 0.1 N. 25 ml of NaOCl are diluted to 1000 ml. 25 ml of this solution are put in a 250 ml flask, containing 50 ml of water, 20 ml of KJ (Potassium iodide) 10% and 10 ml of conc. Acetic acid (keep the 25 ml pipette tip slightly immerse into the solution). Titration follows: when solution colour changes from dark brown to light yellow, add 1 ml of starch solution. Titration ends when the blue colour disappears.

Results

Active Chlorine (g Cl/litre) =
(ml thiosulphate*0.1*35.46)/0.625 where 0.625 is the actual NaOCl employed

Best regards

Francesco Cicchetti
Francesco Cicchetti
- Sulmona, Italy

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