Catalytic titrations of silver(I) using an iodide-catalyzed Mn(IV)-As(III) indicator reaction in the presence of sulfuric acid with detecting the end-point by methods with two polarized electrodes
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Catalytic bipotentiometric and biamperometric methods for determining silver(I) with the use of the new manganese(IV)-arsenic(III) indicator reaction catalyzed by iodide ions in the presence of sulfuric acid have been developed. The effects of the sulfuric acid concentration of some ionic species, of the mole ratio of manganese(IV) to arsenic(III) in the solution titrated, and of the titrand temperature, as well as of the current and potential difference, respectively, used for polarization of the indicator electrodes on the conditions for determinations of silver(I) of various concentrations were investigated. The error in the determination of 1.0 mug/cm(3) silver(l) do not exceed 2%, and the precision of the results is high for both methods.
Source:Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2002, 57, 4, 346-352
- Maik Nauka/Interperiodica, New York