Redox Indicators. Characteristics and Applications presents the basic definitions concerning redox indicators as well as parameters influencing the titration error.
This book discusses the corresponding equations related to redox indicators. This text then examines the properties of most used redox indicators together with their common applications. This book provides several comments on the analytical characteristics of redox indicators. This text also discusses the formal redox potential that corresponds to the redox potential in solution at which the analytical concentrations of the reduced and oxidized forms of the indicator are equal. This book discusses as well information relevant in characterizing the indicator for analytical purposes, including purity of indicator sample, the manner of use, the systems, and the preparation of indicator solution. Pure and applied chemists will find this book useful.
Contents Introduction I General1. Remarks on the Analytical Characteristics of Redox Indicators 2. Indicator error in Redox Titration Appendix
II Indicator Characteristics 1· Diphenylamine 2· Diphenylamine-4-Sulphonic Acid3. N-Phenylanthranilic Acid 4. Variamine Blue 5· 4-Amino-4'-Methyldiphenylamine 6. Diphenylbenzidinedisulphonic acid 7. o-Dianisidine 8. 3,3'-Dimethylnaphthidine 9. 3,3'-Dimethylnaphthidlne Disulphonio Acid 10· Methylene Blue 11· Ferroin 12· Nitroferroin 13. 5, 6-Dimethylferroin 14. Tris(2,2-Dipyridyl)-iron(II)-Sulphate
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- 1st January 1978
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