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Stand for three days, and filter to remove any Standardize the sodiron thiosulfate solution by precipitate which has formed in the interval. Stock solution II. Dilute 5 ml of 40% formthe customarypotassiumdichromatetitrimetrie method. 00 ml with distilledwater. Indicator solution. 5%). 5 gram of solublestarch to a paste in with a little cold solutionII to ten parts of Stock solutionI imwater and pour this paste into about 90 ml of mediately before use. Sampling solution. 1 N sodium boiling water.
With 1:1 (3) Ferric chloride solution. Dissolve 100 g of FeC13-6H•Oin enoughwater to make 100 ml of solution. (4) Absorption mixture. 3 g of cadmium sulfate in water, CdSO,-SH•O. 3 g of sodium hydroxide in water. 1 cfm through the mixture for about 15 min. 6 mi. of amine test solution and one drop of ferric chloride solution, agitate after each addition, and transfer to a 25-ml volumetric flask for spectrophotometric determination or a 50-ml volu- to the cadmium solution and dilute to one liter.
Atmospheric Chemistry of Chlorine and Sulfur Compounds: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 4-6, 1957