iodometry


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iodometry

(ˌaɪəˈdɒmɪtrɪ)
n
(Chemistry) chem a procedure used in volumetric analysis for determining the quantity of substance present that contains, liberates, or reacts with iodine
iodometric, ˌiodoˈmetrical adj
ˌiodoˈmetrically adv
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The extent of oxidation at the end of 6 h was determined by iodometry (24).
Bacoside B' was found to be identical to 'bacoside A' in respect of their carbohydrate and the aglycone moieties as determined by iodometry, gravimetry, colorimetry and analysis of acid hydrolysis products (Basu et al.
Total hydroperoxide methods such as iodometry and the ferric iron oxidation/ xylenol orange technique do not measure the hydroxy derivative, which has been shown to be the predominant form (6), and are subject to interference from non-lipid peroxides present in either the sample or the reagents.